Top Posts of 2018

Top 5 posts of 2018 from

December is a time when many of us take a look back on the year to take stock of our accomplishments and consider the things that did and didn’t work. Part of my reflection on 2018 includes a peek at my website stats to see what the numbers look like. Here you can see the top 10 posts.

It is interesting (and I think pretty cool) that 3 of the top 4 and 6 of the top 10 are older posts that are still getting visitors. I’m happy to see those “evergreen” posts continuing to be relevant and helpful.

Top 5 2018 Posts

  1. Learning Conferences Calendar:
    L&D-related events in a searchable, easy-to-use place.
  2. Better Than Bullet Points: Alternative Text Slide Designs
    A few good options for dealing with one of the most common slide design challenges – what do with text content.
  3. The Best Free Tools for Amazing DIY Graphic Design
    Some of the best design tools that make it super easy for anyone to create professional looking graphic designs.
  4. 5 More Great Books for Your Learning & Development Bookshelf
    Five books that have been helpful for me as a modern workplace professional.
  5. From Bullet Points to Beautiful with Beautiful.AI
    The folks at manage to strike a very good balance between providing design guardrails and flexibility to make it virtually impossible to create an ugly slide deck.

Top 5 All-time Posts

Since starting this blog way back in 2007 these are the all-time top five posts.

  1. 21 Questions to ask before Designing Any Training Program
  2. Free PowerPoint Visual Resume Template
  3. 7 Free Course/Content Hosting Options
  4. Learning Conferences Calendar:
  5. How to Share Elearning Courses Using Google Cloud Platform

So that’s looking backward. What about looking forward? Is there anything you’d like to see here in 2019?

Published by Mike Taylor

Born with a life-long passion for learning, I have the great fortune to work at the intersection of learning, design, technology & collaboration.

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