- A Style Guide: For creative projects
A style guide is an important document for most successful projects. That’s why it surprises me that it’s often overlooked by creative project teams.
- Clear Writing: Plain language for everyone (no gobbledygook!)
It’s not easy to write clearly. This is why we often see confounding user guides, baffling instructions, and confusing handouts.
But if it’s hard, why
- Lean Your Home Office: Bring 5S and Continual Improvement to Work
Over the years, I’ve worked on a number of eLearning courses for different companies focused on bringing lean, 5S, and continual improvement into their
- Lessons from Gita: Learning new tricks from an old dog
My old dog knows lots of stuff. She’s learned some tricks and she knows how to adapt to change. I can learn a lot
- Resolution 9: From dissonance to consonance
Many people seem to make resolutions in January for the New Year. I usually don’t… but this year it seemed like a good idea.
- Slow seeing: In order to make the whole clear
It is essential to simply slow down in order to see and think more clearly; it is this process that allows us to realize
- The skunk who came for help
Yesterday evening I came home from a busy day and noticed a skunk was nosing around my front yard. No big deal… My dogs
- Top Ten Traits of Great Learning Experiences
I just spent the last two weekends in a wonderful Artist-Educator workshop [1. Artist-Educator Foundations Course, The Royal Conservatory with the support of the
- Translating Courses into Inuktitut Languages
A project I’ve been working on over the past three years is on government procurement for Nunavut businesses (how to sell products and services