Came across this great post from SHIFT Learning
You can't argue with science and the human brain processes visuals faster than text. So if this is the case it makes sense for us to incorporate more visuals and images in our learning materials.
This post and infographic breaks the different types of images down and how they can be used to support content development and increase our learners' engagement
Take a look at the infographic below and head to the post here for more detail
What sort of images do you use in your learning materials - what works for you and what sort of feedback do you get?