Articulate Storyline

Learning Through Rose Colored Glasses

Learning Through Rose Colored Glasses

Are the colors of your elearning content working together to create a cohesive design? Do they send the right message...

The Year in Review: microlearning, the death of Flash, Storyline 3 vs. 360, and more

Microlearning, the Death of Flash, Storyline 3 vs 360, and More

You may have noticed that the E-Learning Uncovered blog has been quiet this year—something I plan to fix in 2018!...

Four Ways E-Learning Authoring Tools Handle Responsive Design

If you want your e-learning courses to work well on mobile devices such as phones and tablets, you are most...

Articulate 360: What Does the New Subscription Model Mean for You?

Articulate Storyline users have been anxiously anticipating the release of Storyline 3. For many months, Articulate has been previewing some...

personalized e-learning

How to Create Personalized E-Learning

Personalized e-learning content is a great way to increase learner interactivity, engagement, and retention. Although it might seem like personalized...

repeating motion paths in Articulate Storyline

How to Create Repeating Motion Paths in Articulate Storyline 2

Whenever I teach one of our Articulate Storyline Training Workshops, I’m always enjoy the “what-if” questions asked by my students....

Articulate Storyline Tips in Under 140 Characters: Part II

In my last post, you saw our recent crowdsourcing experiment to showcase the generosity and sense of community that exists...

Articulate Storyline Tips in Under 140 Characters: Part I

My absolute favorite part of being an e-learning developer is the incredible sense of community that exists with Articulate users....

E-Learning Authoring Tools Comparison

Updated E-Learning Authoring Tools Comparison

What’s the right e-learning authoring tool for you? It depends! All of the major tools have strengths and weaknesses in...

How to Create Animated Hover States in Articulate Storyline

One of my favorite features in Articulate Storyline is states. States are used to create multiple variations of a single...

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