40+ Examples of Subtle Textures & Patterns in E-Learning Design #402
Patterns and Textures in E-Learning RECAP #402: Challenge | Recap
Looking for a quick and easy way to add visual interest to your course design? Try using a subtle texture or pattern to your slide background.
Textures and patterns can give flat designs a sense of depth by making them feel realistic and tactile. They’re also a great way to give your course a visual voice that reinforces its content. Below you’ll find more than 40 examples showing how adding these simple design elements can transform the look and feel of slides.
Example | Sylvia Cherry | Website
Jodi M. Sansone
Example | Jodi M. Sansone | Website | @jodimsansone
Example | Amar Kulshreshtha | Website | @AmarShreshtha
Example | Video overview | Alison Sollars | Website
Example | Download | Jonathan Hill | Website | @DevByPowerPoint
Example | Learn more | TJ Akisanya | Website
Example | Samuel Apata | Website | @afrostem
Example | Rema Merrick | Website
Michele Moore, PhD
Example | Tom Kuhlmann | Website | LinkedIn | @TomKuhlmann
Example | Kate Golomshtok | Website
Mary T. Collins
Larry van wave
Example | Larry van wave | Website
Example | Filip Ječný | Website
Example | Learn more | Kortney Ross | Website
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