Software simulations are a powerful e-learning tool. They allow a learner to actually click through a process in a sy...
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Next time you run into issues with an advanced Storyline interaction, follow these tips to troubleshoot the problem.
When building virtual spaces in your e-learning, it’s helpful to accurately reflect the way people use their devices....
Learning games are a great way to get your learners engaged—but developing an immersive gaming experience takes time....
Check out this example of a storyboard/prototype created in Articulate Storyline 2.
Accordion interactions are simple to use and stunningly versatile. Like their popular sibling, the tabs interaction, ...
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Storyline’s sliders are so versatile. You can use these built-in interactions to let learners manipulate objects and ...
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Need to create one Storyline course that works for multiple languages? Here are three different methods.
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