Articulate Community

Written by Gabe Anderson — Posted in Community, Company

If you’ve happened to stop by the Articulate Web site, support site, or Community Forums in the past 12 hours or so, you might have noticed something new and a little bit different: The Articulate Community. This new addition to our Web site aims not only to elevate and highlight the smashing success we’ve seen in the Community Forums since their launch only a few months ago, but to bring together a collection of new resources for you to peruse and benefit from.

As we write on the new section of the site itself: “This Articulate Community Center is designed to provide you with a broad range of Articulate and e-learning resources – with contributions made by our entire Articulate community of thought leaders, employees, and customers.”


You’ll also notice that along with the forums, this blog is now part of the Community section of the site. We’re also pleased to introduce two brand-new additions, the Articulate Calendar and Industry Resources. As you’ll note on the resources page, we welcome contributions, so please feel free to share with us any resources you’d like to see added.

Along with the new community, you may also notice a fancy new site navigation, which is streamlined for ease of use, and just looks a heck of a lot better.


2 responses to “Articulate Community”


Gabe, thank you so much for working to provide this great resource to the Articulate community. I will be sharing this with all of the training professionals I know.

Brian Allen // Posted at 8:13 am on June 2nd, 2006

Congratulations! That’s a welcome addition to this site. And the facelift is nice too. Keep innovating.

Abd Karim // Posted at 8:21 am on June 2nd, 2006

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