Cara North Hosts Melissa Milloway with a Demo of Adobe XD

In this TLDCast, Melissa showcases both the prototyping and design capabilities of Adobe XD. She demos a variety of features within an actual design environment she’s building.

There were excellent questions from host Cara North, as well as a very active TLDCast chat audience.

Are you going to add Adobe XD to your toolbox? The price is right (it’s free) and from what we see in this TLDCast, it might be your favorite tool you don’t know about! Full blog post

The Top 10 Ways of Increasing Learner Interactivity & Engagement

Do your employee training programs lack interactivity and the ability to spark your learners’ interest? Has your company’s training ever failed to engage your employees? If you answered yes to either of these, this TLDCast will be a great resource for you! Custom...

Toddi Norum: Introducing The Parity Podcast

We are proud to announce a new TLDCast series by Toddi Norum called The Parity Podcast. This series will feature ideas, concepts, and stories focused on equality, especially in regards to status and pay. Discussions will be covering parity in organizational...

Women in L&D (WiLD): Mikaela Kiner, Founder & CEO of Reverb

Mikaela Kiner is the Founder and CEO of Reverb, an HR consultancy for startups, located in Seattle, WA. She is also the author of the upcoming book, Female Firebrands: Stories and techniques to ignite change, take control, and succeed in the workplace. Women in...

The Competency Models Playlist

Competency Models and L&D Our Competency Models Playlist featured three guests: Rachel Weiss from Oscar Health Insurance, Erin Melvin from Lambda Solutions, and Host Toddi Norum. The Playlist started with Rachel Weiss, who works with Competency Model frameworks by...

Community Discussion: Do You Need An Instructional Design Degree?

Today our TLDCast discussion was focused on whether or not an instructional design degree is required to be successful in L&D. We had a nice split of guests: two of them had L&D related degrees and two didn't --- but had degrees outside of our industry. Also,...

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