Designing Learning Experiences
Instructional design (ID) is a systematic process of planning instruction. Learning experience design (LXD) goes beyond ID to encompass the full scope of design and technological thinking. While instructional designers know much about how people learn and give priority to rational approaches to planning instruction, learning experience designers know much about how to offer learning on technologically based platforms and are inclined to use action-oriented approaches or follow a design model like empathize, define, ideate, prototype, and test (Chathurika 2019).
Instructional design has been around for some time. Many people date its beginning from the work of Robert Gagné. But LXD emerged as more work has centered ...