Is learning experience design (LXD) really different from instructional design (ID)?
If you’re been in the instructional design space for any amount of time, you’ve probably heard of LXD, but this job title, among others, can be confusing and sometimes misleading.
From using human-centered design principles to user research, learning experience design not only sounds different from instructional design but may also be more focused on the people it’s serving.
…or is it?
In this video, we discuss the differences between the two descriptions, including the history behind these job titles, how the differences play a role in job listing, and what this means for the future of the learning and development industry.
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1:29 What do LXDs do?
2:12 What do IDs do?
3:02 How are they different?
8:49 Why two titles?
10:24 Which title to use?
11:16 Titles galore
12:25 Next Steps