7 Most Popular Rise 360 Examples of 2022
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Here are some of the most popular Rise 360 examples published in 2022, in case you missed them:
1. Implementing WCAG Guidelines for Instructional Designers
Refer to this resource created by our very own Community Team to make your e-learning courses more accessible to all learners.
2. Interactive Sales Brochure
See how Rise 360 empowers everyone to create gorgeous sales assets like this stunning interactive brochure built by Trina Rimmer.
3. Airline Innovation 101
Learn how to help others proactively bring their ideas to life in this infographic-style e-learning course.
4. Comics-Inspired Empathy Training
Combine the storytelling powers of graphic novels and e-learning in this interactive example brought to you by Tracy Carroll.
5. Rise 360: Performance Support Demo
This handy example by Allison LaMotte shows how you can easily use Rise 360 to create job aides or quick reference guides.
6. Mocktail Recipes Guide
This example by Ron Katz shows how mixing and matching a variety of block types while still using a similar layout for each lesson can help learners easily find what they’re looking for and follow along.
7. Interactive Event Guide
Check out this creative example by Bianca Woods to get ideas for building a custom conference app fast with the help of a tool you already have.
We hope these examples will get your creative juices flowing! And if you’re looking for more helpful content from 2022, don’t miss the articles below:
- A Year of Quick Tips & Tricks from Articulate Training
- Explore the 65+ Articulate 360 Features We Added in 2022
- Your 10 Favorite General E-Learning Articles of 2022
- 10 Most Popular Storyline 360 Examples and Downloads of 2022
If we missed any other general e-learning articles that you found helpful over the past year, comment below and let us know what they are.
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