This course takes full advantage of the most powerful features in Storyline, including software simulation, drag-and-drop interactions, variables, triggers, states, and slide layers. With its wonderfully rich interactivity and thoughtful scenarios, the course not only teaches, it entertains.
It’s never been so fun to learn about safety management systems. Treasure hunts, dragons, gladiators, games … what more could a learner want? See triggers, slide layers, states, drag-and-drop activities, and more in this delightfully humorous Storyline course.
This comic strip-style Storyline course tackles a touchy topic with humor and creativity. It makes great use of quizzing, triggers, and slide layers.
This well-conceived Storyline course features a cool customized player, illustrated and photographic characters, drag-and-drop activities, lightboxes, freeform quizzes, and more.
Featuring intuitive course navigation, clean graphics, and terrific on-screen feedback, this Storyline course showcases slide layers, triggers, states, and variables.
This engaging, educational Storyline course takes advantage of many great features, including click-and-reveal interactions, drag-and-drop activities, imported video, and embedded YouTube video.
Six Storyline demos rolled into one. We especially like the planets demo, which features triggers-powered interactivity, and the “crack the safe” brain twister, which makes great use of variables (Not iPad optimized.).
Bob steals the show in this Storyline course. Triggers and slide layers bring the wonderful artwork to life, while the customized player tastefully complements the content.
There’s a lot to like in this Storyline course: creative graphics, a quiz that’s actually a game, and an impressive game scoreboard powered by variables.
This information-packed Storyline course includes drag-and-drop activities, YouTube videos embedded in lightboxes, illustrated characters, and more.
This Storyline activity really shows off the power of variables. It also features interesting graphics, creative activities, and markers.
This Storyline course makes memorizing state facts fun. It loads markers with information and reinforces geography lessons with drag-and-drop activities. (Not iPad optimized.)
This impressive interactive periodic table uses more than 7,000 triggers on one Storyline slide alone. Wow! See embedded web objects, variables, and amazing triggers in action. (Not iPad optimized.)
Articulate 2010 Guru Award Gold winner e-Mersion created this Diabesity course, which leverages a number of features in Articulate Studio ’09, including intuitive navigation and branching, precision-synched animations, seamless integration of Articulate Engage interactions, and tailored quiz slides.
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Articulate 2010 Guru Award Silver winner Kevin Thorn created this Mission: Turfgrass course, which features flexible navigation with PowerPoint hyperlinks, a clever progress meter, an innovative approach to using Articulate Engage and super-creative quiz slides.
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Articulate 2010 Guru Award Bronze winner Mike Enders built Psyched in 10, which is more like a fun, hip educational documentary on TV than it is a training course. The course leverages Studio ’09 Pro features like effective video, an interactive knowledge check, nice use of the player’s toolbar tabs, and a great storytelling style and pace.
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Articulate 2010 Guru Award Bronze winner Nancy Woinoski of Pinched Head created What Your Teachers Never Told You, an engaging course about personal finance and budgeting. It features creative Flash animations integrated with scenes built in PowerPoint to create a unique look.
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Articulate 2010 Guru Award Bronze winner Steve Rayson of Kineo developed this Financial Skills course (excerpt only) for McDonald’s UK. The course features a clean and simple visual design, nice use of corporate colors, and an eye-catching custom player.
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Articulate 2009 Guru Award Silver winner New Mavens created this Evernote overview, which features excellent audio quality, a compelling story, and a blended design of Articulate Presenter ’09 and Articulate Quizmaker ’09.
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Articulate 2009 Guru Award Bronze winner SSC created this HIPAA Privacy Compliance course, which features a custom player skin from Articulate partner Kineo, an interesting story, and an effective use of video and interactivity to reinforce the learning.
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Articulate 2009 Guru Award Bronze winner Joann Swanson created this Creative Visualization course, which features a beautifully designed Articulate player, soothing background music, and tightly integrated Articulate Quizmaker ’09 quizzes.
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Articulate 2009 Guru Award Bronze winner Ad Giants created this Product Tours marketing presentation, which features impressive and tightly integrated style and design, and makes effective use of Articulate Studio ’09 features.
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42 Design Square created this Cardiac Life Support course, which features Engage tab interactions in the Articulate player toolbar, branching navigation, effective use of animations and tight product integration.
Cognizant Technology Solutions created this Sexual Harassment Training course, which features real actors to reinforce the learning, video to enhance the user engagement, and Articulate Quizmaker ’09 quizzes that match the design of the course.
(Note: Originally designed for delivery via Cognizant’s Intranet, so please be patient while the videos in the course load.)
Dan Rollins created this Machu Picchu course, which features a story about the history of Machu Picchu, PowerPoint slide animations, and background audio.
Chris Kelly created this course on the Beer Brewing Process, which features a colorful player template, interactive slide branching, integrated Flash video, and links to external resources.
Dan Rollins created this Document and Image Management course, which features a compelling use of sidebar video to present the learning content, along with course attachments and PowerPoint animations.
Dan featured this course at Articulate Live ’09.
Prometheus makes full use of many Articulate Presenter ’09 features like player navigation locking (slides 3 and 11), annotations (slides 5, 7, 15, 16, 17, 24), rich notes formatting, and improved output fidelity. On slides 10 and 27, Prometheus creatively uses Articulate Quizmaker ’09 features to highlight its free-form design, branching, and rich question feedback capabilities. And Prometheus takes full advantage of Articulate Engage ’09 with step branching (slide 9) as well as Engage player tabs (Help/About Us). Learn more about how they made it.
Dynamic Flash animations (.SWF) and video (.FLV) engage the learner in this course. The main menu and navigation controls take advantage of the branching capabilities of Articulate Presenter ’09. As you explore each section, you’ll see a different type of Articulate Engage ’09 interaction, each enhanced with video, audio, and graphics.
Using the free-form features of Articulate Quizmaker ’09, e-Mersion has created a timed challenge to test your quick-thinking ability. Based on your answers, you’re branched to different follow-up questions.
Reeaz Issufo of Sonyos shares this beautiful Earth quiz, created with Articulate Quizmaker ’09. His work elegantly showcases many of its free-from design features.
“My favorite thing about the new Articulate Quizmaker ’09 is its flexibility,” says Reeaz. “You can customize each slide individually; you can move around and resize elements; you can tinker with animation options; you can alter timelines. All this means that every quiz can be unique and therefore more engaging for the learner.”
Key features of this example include the excellent design, high-quality narration, and unique approach to training. Also note the use of custom navigational arrows in the body of the content to move around the course, and the simulation selection menu to review training based on a specific scenario. (Only the top simulation is available in this demo.)
This ergonomics course from Prometheus Training Corporation is the winner of the Articulate Guru Awards 2007. The epitome of a professionally designed and produced training course, it shows off the combined power of Articulate Presenter, Articulate Quizmaker, and Articulate Engage.
Particularly impressive is the truly interactive and creative nature of the Engage interactions in allowing the user to take a series of self-ergonomic assessments (slides 11-15) that will have you sitting in the ideal position relative to your computer’s workstation in no time.
Along with a great use of a custom player template designed to match the company’s branding, note the narration and PowerPoint animation on nearly every slide. You’ll also see a video embedded in the Engage interaction on slide 1 and more Engage interaction tabs in the upper right (“Ignite FAQ” and “Contact Us”).
This course from Ah-Ha! Media demonstrates an excellent combination of product use, bringing together Articulate Presenter, Articulate Quizmaker, and Articulate Engage into a clean design with easy navigation, professional layout, and the inclusion of a slide interaction (slide 7), a tab interaction, and a quiz (last slide). Also note the scenario-based activities (slides 8-14) and the use of Articulate Presenter’s slide levels feature to group together related content elements.
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