I scream, you scream, we all scream for ice cream and we are all creative beings. Check out a few ideas for exercising your creativity before you dig into your ice cream.
Templates can be great for establishing consistency and improving the efficiency of instructional design and can help learners know how things work, but just don't let those advantages work against you.
If words are your creative medium then you may want to try playing with some of these ideas to exercise your creative muscles a bit.
There are many learners who would benefit greatly from more accessible design than there are learners who are in the categories covered by legal provisions involving learner accessibility.
Who decides when the learning is completed? What does that even mean? Does it even matter?