The study explored the benefits of using Interactive Learning System (ILS) in teaching Basic Design in Winneba Senior High School in the Central Region of Ghana. The perceived problem was that couple of teachers resort to textbook and chalkboard approach of teaching and learning which hinders better understanding. This was observed by the researcher in his regular visits to some of the schools. It is a common knowledge that when learners are taught without tangible teaching and learning materials, many a time, they have to imagine by trying to create mental pictures of what has been taught which may lead to distortions in their understanding. This informed the conduct of the study. Action research design constituted the research design for the study while census sampling technique was used to sample 70 respondents for the study. Simple descriptive statistics was used as the tool for data analysis. The study established that effective Interactive Learning Systems with multimedia component stored online and offline has the potential to facilitate easy understanding in learners in studying Basic Design in Senior High School.