Meg Bertapelle has true global influence as a Principal Learning Experience and Instructional Designer. She is an instructor and training developer, visual communication and graphic designer and has enhanced the communication effectiveness of training and course materials for many years.
A regular conference speaker, Meg is acknowledged by some of the biggest names in learning as an expert in Instructional Design. I’m delighted to get Meg on the podcast because we’ve known each other for a decade online and had never met until the podcast recording.
Kassy Laborie is the founder and principal consultant at Kassy LaBorie Consulting, She is a virtual classroom master trainer,and specialises in developing trainers to be engaging and effective when facilitating programs in platforms such as Zoom, WebEx, Adobe Connect, etc. She has in a wide range of industries and sectors, including hospitality, pharma, energy, government, NGOs, non-profits, and more.
As well as working with people as a coach, she has written two books on virtual training.
Interact & Engage! 50+ Activities for Virtual Training, Meetings, and Webinars, recipes for your immediate use!
Producing Virtual Training, Meetings, and Webinars, the first book focused exclusively on virtual producers!
The Non-Designer’s Design Book (Non Designer’s Design Book)
Color Psychology: Does It Affect How You Feel?
The Meaning of Colors in Cultures Around the World
Has Pink Always Been a “Girly” Color?
A Guide to the Color Corporate Blue
Will T-Mobile pink or Sprint yellow dominate the telecom merger?
How to Write Your Best Microcopy
7 ways to avoid bullet points (try these simple design alternatives)
10 ways to avoid death by bullet points
Presentation and eLearning resources
10 Tips On Typography in Web Design
Serif vs. Sans Serif Fonts: Is One Really Better Than the Other?
Camera use online – the dos and don’ts
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