Designing a learning experience is all about making choices. Each chunk of knowledge, exercise, game, assessment, color, shape, line, font, text, and graphic you use will ultimately influence the message you're trying to get across to your learners.
Learning professionals know they should get better at developing a learning design, but they don’t feel they have a “natural sense” for creativity. Although, learning to design well has as much to do with psychology and user behavior as it does creativity.
This infographic explores 3 distinct psychology principles that can be applied to learning design.