The development phase of ISD is the link that connects the design process with the implementation of a project. Plans and prototypes become realized as the designer moves materials to a final draft stage. Additionally, online courses are placed in course shells, programmers code technology-based projects, graphic artists produce artwork, and every conceivable deliverable relating to the final product is either prepared or reviewed.

As the buffer between design and implementation, development necessitates that the instructional designer carefully monitor the process elements. It can be exciting for instructional designers to work with a variety of different professionals, but it can also be hectic. Careful communication at this point ...

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