Designing great e-learning isn’t always easy. A lot of things can influence how your project goes. Sometimes it’s too many reviewers, hiring voiceover talent or deciding the right type of course to build. Whatever the challenge, the Articulate Community has all kinds of tips and resources to give you the help—and courage—you need to build better e-learning projects.
Check out the lion’s share of helpful stuff your fellow Articulate users shared during the past week:
- How to make draggable items in an Articulate Storyline interaction disappear when dropped on their target (view thread)
- Drag and drop door navigation
- How to use a question bank in Articulate Storyline to create random branching
- How to change the visited state on objects & buttons in Articulate Storyline
- Providing personalized feedback based on user choices in Articulate Storyline (view thread)
- How to pause the timeline of a slide in Articulate Storyline
- Illustrated characters: adding characters and changing the style of characters
- Using triggers to automate a photographic character’s states in Articulate Storyline
- Inserting a screen recording as a series of step-by-step test slides in Articulate Storyline
- Conditional feedback based on the number of attempts in Articulate Storyline (view thread)
Conversations in the community:
- Is this possible in Storyline? Yes, it is possible and here’s a free template to prove it
- My latest “Music Video-Like” experiment
- Start-to-finish: Little Pony interactive graphic
- Favorite learning & development quotes
- Using Articulate Storyline to create more than just drag and drop interactions
- How do you know when to build page turners or non-linear, branching courses?
- How to make the business case for new software
- What e-learning conferences do you attend?
- Ideas for using screenshots to create an interactive course
- Interactive images that change as you move them
New blog posts:
- Are You Qualified to Build E-Learning Courses?
- A Simple (and Free!) Set of Tabs Interactions for Your Articulate Storyline Projects
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