Use Articulate Storyline if you want to create interactive e-learning. Articulate Storyline is ideal for people who want to create any type of interactivity imaginable. Only Storyline includes slide layers, triggers, and states—the features that let you create amazing interactions without programming. The tools in Articulate Storyline are easy and intuitive to use, yet powerful enough to grow with you.
Use the Articulate Studio ’13 suite if you want to create presentation-based e-learning quickly and easily. Articulate Studio is ideal for people who want to quickly transform PowerPoint slides into an online course. The tools in Articulate Studio are easy and intuitive to use.
With Articulate Studio, you author slides in PowerPoint. With Articulate Storyline, you author slides in Storyline.
With Articulate Studio, you narrate slides in PowerPoint. With Articulate Storyline, you narrate slides in Storyline.
With its PowerPoint-based authoring environment, Articulate Studio includes an optimized workflow for annotating PowerPoint slides.
Create interactions by filling out a form in Engage. Your content populates a pre-built interaction.
With Articulate Studio, you work directly in PowerPoint. With Articulate Storyline, you import PowerPoint slides, then work with the content in Storyline.
You can create screen recordings with Articulate Replay or with Articulate Storyline.
Create professional-looking videos in Articulate Replay, then add them to an Articulate Studio or Articulate Storyline course.
Publish to HTML5 or to the Articulate Mobile Player app so learners can view content on their iPads and other non-Flash devices.
Only Articulate Storyline includes slide layers, triggers, and states—the revolutionary features that let you create virtually any type
Only Articulate Storyline has variables, so you can create conditional interactivity without any programming.
Only Articulate Storyline includes pre-built interactive objects, including buttons, hotspots, data entry fields, mouse objects, markers,
Only Articulate Storyline lets you create software simulations. Record your screen session once, and insert view, try, or test slides