The Next button can be very important to the navigation of your course, but there are alternative approaches to moving through your learning and training experiences. Check out how the Nextless Button project was built: https://youtu.be/jyKGyLgGGkM Download Storyline File
Several times we have developed projects that use the 3 legged stool analogy. We thought we would build an interaction in Articulate Storyline. First we design out what we want, then we jump into Photoshop and create all the assets, then we develop in Storyline - bugs and all! Download Storyline File [...]
In this tutorial, use what you have to add a bit more variety to your eLearning course modules. Take a photo of your hand to create a really nifty content card. Use Articulate Storyline to create a motion path to bring your content to life. Additional Tips: If you don't have Photoshop, try [...]
Check out how the Captivate 8 Responsive Design development tools can help get your courses and modules on PCs, tablets, and smartphones without having to create separate designs and files.
Whether it be Articulate Storyline, Adobe Captivate, or Lectora, there are a number of features and tools that would enhance the experience of both the developer and the user. We wouldn't doubt that these tools are being programmed as we speak and there are certainly many more features we would love to see and most [...]
Let's take a quick look at how to add a header and footer to a published Articulate Storyline course. What in the world am I talking about? Say you don't want to muddy up your stage with your logo and course title like so: As you can see the header and footer are outside, minding [...]
Continuing our “We don’t want it to look like PowerPoint” series, we again explore the idea that PowerPoint is not to blame, and that a better understanding of layout and design paired with knowledge of the tools you use, can create a fun, interesting, and educational experience. Our last post showed us how a full screen background image [...]