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At work, a great learning experience doesn’t start when they access a course or resource: it starts when they make a decision to become better at their job.

On this week’s episode of the GoodPractice Podcast, Gemma Critchley from Aviva joins Ross and Owen to discuss UX design for L&D. What is UX design? How far does it’s remit extend and how can you start applying UX principles to your learning solutions?

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If you’d like to share your thoughts on the show, you can find us on Twitter @RossGarnerGP, @OwenFerguson, and @GemStGem.

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Gemma’s blog can be found at

Fuchsia, Google’s experimental OS, was featured in Fast Company at:

You can find out about the Concern Task Resource model at: 

Another useful UX resource can be found from Semantic Studios

And the Tim Hartford blog that Owen referenced is available at:

Image credit: FlickrFriday: Keep it Simple by elPadawan / CC BY-SA 2.0.