Articulate MVP Program

Written by Gabe Anderson Director, Customer Advocacy — Posted in Community, Company

Articulate MVP Logo I’m pleased to announce the introduction of the Articulate MVP Program, which recognizes the best of the best in the Articulate Community — those members who have stood out time and again, sharing knowledge, insight, and experience with the rest of us.

Without a doubt, all of you have helped us achieve these goals and more in only four short months since the forums went live. That said, certain community members have consistently gone above and beyond the call of duty, always there to lend a hand, offer a new and unique way of solving a problem, and even welcome new members to the community.

So without further ado, I’m pleased to announce the new Articulate MVPs:

As a small token of our appreciation, this team of four five extraordinary individuals will henceforth be recognized in the forums with a special designation of Articulate MVP. This is our equivalent of a big gold star. We trust these members and the knowledge they share, and you can, too.

Congratulations, MVPs, and keep up the stellar work!

6 responses to “Articulate MVP Program”


I want to be an Articulate MVP. Can I?

sadhana // Posted at 1:46 am on July 19th, 2007

[...] in July your forum friend and mine, daveperso, earned the prestigious title of Articulate MVP. It was only a month before that when we announced the hiring of another former customer and forums [...]


[...] there to help. Articulate employees actively monitor and answer questions as well as our great Articulate MVPs, who freely contribute to make the forums such a great place to get answers to your questions. The [...]


[...] Articulate MVPs Phil Corriveau, Brian Allen, Gerry Wasiluk, and our very own Tom Kuhlmann demonstrated hands-on tips and tricks on how to easily build courses with Articulate software that tell a story, connect with the learner, and effectively use media. [...]


[...] Articulate MVP Brian Allen (brianosmi in the forums) recently shared a great example that illustrates how you can add functionality to your Articulate courses with the SDK. He needed to associate a series of individual Presenter courses in a single interface, but didn’t want each to have to launch separately. [...]


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