Ergonomics of the Design: Consider how people hold their devices, placing content for optimum usability.
Content Creation: Rework desktop eLearning content and images to optimise for smaller screens.
Microlearning: Break the content down in to manageable chunks to satisfy the need for just-in-time learning.
Size of content: Streamline your content to ensure minimal download times.
Online Safety / Security Considerations: Consider security features at the design stage, including rules of engagement for staff.
Accommodate Differing Learning Styles: Engage learners by using a variety of mobile-friendly formats e.g. video, podcasts.
Device Choices: Agree a device strategy to determine if adaptive or responsive design is required.
Test, Test and Test again: Create a beta test group and ensure completion of a full testing script before launch.
Source from eCom Scotland
The Rise of Mobile Learning by Di Lewis
Harnessing the Power of Mobile eLearning: A White Paper from the eLearning Guild by Brother Sean
Entrepreneurship Through Empathy: How I Got Into UX Design by Michael Sueoka