E-Learning Design

Graphic Design for Non-Graphic Designers

Graphic Design for Non-Graphic Designers

Did you grow up dreaming of being an e-learning designer? How about a graphic designer? I bet not! Most of...

Bullet points in e-learning

Three Tips for Using Bullet Points in E-Learning

Bullet points in e-learning have a bad reputation. You might think they’re boring, ugly, or a sign of lazy design....

Four Lessons I Learned as a First-Time E-Learning Project Manager

Last spring, I started taking classical guitar lessons. At first, it was a lot to take in: posture, intonation, technique,...

My Favorite E-Learning Resources

A couple of weeks ago, I was at ATD TechKnowledge in Las Vegas teaching their Articulate Storyline Certificate program. As...

Five Things to Include in Your E-Learning Scenarios

E-Learning scenarios are a great way to challenge your learners with real-life situations and to make your courses more interactive....

Five Reasons to Use Gamification in E-Learning

A few years ago, my husband and I went to a swanky Christmas party. My friend’s party had been a...

Tips for Creating Great Sounding Audio in Audacity

You might assume that you need to hire a professional to record and edit your e-learning audio, but that’s simply...

Making E-Learning Accessible

Making E-Learning Courses Accessible for Those With Disabilities

Making e-learning courses accessible for those with disabilities may not seem like an easy task. There are many variables to...

E-Learning Gamification Made Simple

We all love our buzzwords in the field of e-learning. Responsive design, localization, social learning, blended learning, flipped classroom, flat...

motion paths in articulate storyline

Getting Creative with Motion Paths in Articulate Storyline

Motion paths in Articulate Storyline have been one of the most-requested features since it was first released in 2012. Luckily...

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