White space

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White space, also known as “negative space,” is empty space around content and functional elements of a page, slide, piece of content. It creates space for the content to stand out and allow it to ‘breathe’.

What white space do you have in your data collection for learning?

  • Who isn’t engaging with the content, platform, activity?
  • Who isn’t telling you what they think about it?
  • Who isn’t engaging with your platform and content?
  • Where are people finding out what to learn if they’re not coming through you.

White space in design is essential to make the work balanced, relevant and connected.

White space in learning data is essential to make the work balanced, relevant and connected.

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