Canons of Content Design
Design Considerations FLIP recommends using a TELL, SHOW, DO design methodology when developing content to engage the learner with the topic or information you're trying to relay. Identify Your Goal Identify the organizational, learning, or ...
Deck Aesthetics & Admin Features
Deck Overview Decks are the container or repository for a specified number of Cards. A Deck typically addresses one topic or module of learning. A FLIP deck is uniquely designed with micro-learning in mind. A best practice for deck development is to ...
Content Organization & Workflow
Our platform provides a multitude of organizational “buckets” you can structure your content in. Once you understand the hierarchy, the sky is the limit! Channel All Channels that a user has access to are displayed in the Library. Channels are the ...
Naming Conventions & Best Practices
The goal of having a proper naming convention is so that everything is organized and transparently labeled. This will ensure that the structure and content is straightforward and obvious to anyone wanting to work within the admin. A proper naming ...
Philosophy & Mindset
The FLIP Philosophy Today people are wired with short attention spans. Traditional methods of learning that were once the standard are just not cutting it anymore. FLIP’s approach to learning, which is based upon the principles of Flash Cards, is ...