Yes, the old Roman emperor’s words both form a vision for life in general but also works as a starting point for a guide for learning design and designers. For more information and practice about modern learning design please click here for more information about the book Learning Design in Practice for Everybody by LarsGoran Bostrom. Where the focus is set on eLearning, but not in the traditional meaning of the word since the e now stands for experience not electronic. Thereby, the old fight between digital advocates and traditionalists has lost its meaning in a human-centred approach to UX design. The approach is today called design thinking.