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As an e-learning designer, you’ve almost certainly worked with images before. Because, well, can you imagine an e-learning course without images? Without visual engagement, learners would head right for the Exit button! In the interest of keeping... Read More

by Nicole Legault Posted yesterday at 4:02 PM

Whether you believe flat design is the right design for e-learning or that it’s another passing design trend, there’s a great deal of interest in DIY e-learning graphics. If you’re a course designer who wants to build custom graphics... Read More

by David Anderson Posted 4 days ago

“ No man ever wetted clay and then left it, as if there would be bricks by chance and fortune. ” ―Plutarch Sometimes, job searches can feel totally overwhelming. Depending on your search process, it can range from famine to feast: sometimes... Read More

by Mike Taylor Posted 4 days ago

E-Learning Challenge #49: Webcam Video in E-Learning If you’ve been following this week’s webcam video challenge, you know this was a stretch challenge for some designers. Whether you’re a fan of webcam video in e-learning or not, you’ll... Read More

by David Anderson Posted 5 days ago

A few weeks ago, I took part in one of the Weekly Challenges, called Creating Virtual Tours for E-Learning . I knew right away that I wanted to create an interactive map of Paris using Articulate Storyline. Now—voilá!—I’d like... Read More

by Nicole Legault Posted 6 days ago

In a recent workshop on interactive video, some participants asked me what I thought of using webcam videos in corporate e-learning. While I haven’t done a lot with webcam video, I think it’s one of the easiest ways for designers to make existing... Read More

by David Anderson Posted 11 days ago

“ No man ever wetted clay and then left it, as if there would be bricks by chance and fortune. ” ―Plutarch I know so many e-learning and training professionals who get so busy designing courses that they forget to keep up with their own learning... Read More

by Mike Taylor Posted 11 days ago

For some designers, choosing the right set of fonts for an e-learning course is like being a kid in a candy store. So many fabulous options! Others, though, wince at the choices and hope their projects have strict guidelines to narrow the field. Whether... Read More

by Mike Taylor Posted 11 days ago

Looking for some new e-learning game ideas? Here are five more Storyline game templates shared by your fellow community members. Enjoy! More E-Learning Template Recaps 10 Free E-Learning Game Templates for Articulate Storyline 11 Free Tabbed Navigation... Read More

by David Anderson Posted 12 days ago

One of the best ways to take your course designs to the next level is to stop using the defaults. Defaults include, built-in buttons, theme fonts, colors, and quiz feedback. To customize the quiz feedback prompts, you need to work in Storyline’s... Read More

by David Anderson Posted 12 days ago

As the blueprint for a course (all the details about content, multimedia, and assessments), storyboards are an extremely important piece of the e-learning design process. However, they can be tricky to develop because there’s no set template or... Read More

by Nicole Legault Posted 12 days ago

A great topic recently came up in the forums from community member Ludvig about working with quizzes in Articulate Storyline. The question was, when you click the “Review Quiz” button on the Results slide at the end of a quiz, how do you customize... Read More

by Nicole Legault Posted 13 days ago

Register for the Denver Workshop (September 10-11) We get it. It takes more than great software to create engaging courses. That’s why we’re bringing the best of the world’s #1 e-learning community to Denver for two days of practical... Read More

by David Anderson Posted 14 days ago

Today, I’d like to focus on this completed Engage interaction, called the Media Panel. It’s a particularly visual way to share image-rich content such as a series of related images or a step-by-step process represented through images. ( Click... Read More

by Nicole Legault Posted 15 days ago

One year ago, we tried something new by posting the first e-learning challenge , which was about showing meaningful comparisons in e-learning. Three people shared demos that week and I considered it an immediate success. If three people shared for a year... Read More

by David Anderson Posted 18 days ago

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