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I’m a big believer in the K.I.S.S. principle , which values simplicity over complexity for most systems and situations. My wife might tell you that’s because I’m a simple person, but there really are some super-smart people in my corner...
by Mike Taylor Posted yesterday at 2:07 AM
Congratulations on rocking another 12 weeks of e-learning challenges . Instead of doing a challenge this week, I thought it would be a great time to look back at the amazing examples you guys shared over the past three months. Take the week to go through...
by David Anderson Posted 4 days ago
“ The harder I worked, the luckier I got. ” ― Jim Treliving We think e-learning jobs are easier to love than most, and want you to have a great job that you love too. That’s why we keep an eye out for e-learning opportunities and will...
by Mike Taylor Posted 4 days ago
While navigating an e-learning course, have you ever become stuck on a slide, unsure of what to do or where to click? If you have, you were the victim of poorly designed e-learning navigation. E-learning courses should have simple and straightforward...
by Nicole Legault Posted 6 days ago
Hey everyone. I wanted to kick off the day with an e-learning template created by Articulate Super Hero Phil Mayor . At first glance, this seems like a regular tabs interaction. But wait, there's more! Beyond the flat design, this tabs interaction...
by David Anderson Posted 6 days ago
How many of you build e-learning scenarios ? I think we all have at some point, right? Well, if you're like me, then you're always looking for a new or creative way to present conversations between two or more characters. Here's a scenario...
by David Anderson Posted 7 days ago
In a previous post, we talked about adding graphics to your e-learning designs, which can significantly improve learning . But there’s more to that than simple visual embellishments—graphics need to be relevant, or they can do more harm than...
by Mike Taylor Posted 8 days ago
We got a good question via Twitter last week, and I thought I'd post the solutions Tom and I shared with Nick. First, here's the Tweet for help: Can you not create an outside shape fill in @Articulate #Storyline to draw attention to something...
by David Anderson Posted 9 days ago
Happy Friday, E-Learning Heroes ! I’m so impressed with the amazing demos, games, and e-learning templates you’ve cranked out over the past few weeks. Really inventive work in so little time! For this week, I think we’ve earned a little...
by David Anderson Posted 11 days ago
“Make your work to be in keeping with your purpose” ― Leonardo da Vinci We think e-learning jobs are easier to love than most, and want you to have a great job that you love too. That’s why we keep an eye out for e-learning opportunities...
by Mike Taylor Posted 11 days ago
One of the great features of Articulate Storyline is that you can customize just about every aspect of your e-learning course—including the look of your course navigation. While the standardized gray player, with its “Prev” and “Next”...
by Nicole Legault Posted 12 days ago
I had a question about how to create collapsible headings in the menu and how to change the colors to indicate the slide has been visited. In this quick tutorial I show how to customize the menu to add some new headings and then place slides under the...
by Tom Kuhlmann Posted 13 days ago
Articulate Replay is a great tool to record screencasts such as how-to video’s, video lectures, and webinars. In a recent forum thread , a user asked how to edit out a section from the middle of her recording. While Replay only allows trimming at...
by David Anderson Posted 15 days ago
Sometimes it’s important to enforce a time limit on surveys and quizzes. Perhaps you’re assessing time-critical tasks, or you want to discourage learners from looking up the answers using other resources. In these cases and many more, a time...
by Mike Taylor Posted 15 days ago
View the e-learning game I know there are a lot of folks in the community who are looking to build games in Storyline , or who just want to know more about using games in e-learning. If either sounds like you, then you’ll love this week’s...
by David Anderson Posted 18 days ago
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