Results for the ‘Articulate Storyline’ category

Articulate Wins Big for 10th Straight Year at the 2014 Best of Elearning! Awards


It’s official: Articulate is the industry favorite for 10 years running. E-learning developers all over the world have chosen Articulate software as their favorite in the 2014 people’s choice Best of Elearning! Awards. Articulate Storyline named best all-around For the second year in a row, Articulate Storyline was named winner of the Best E-learning Development […]

Changefirst Slashes Training Costs for Client with Articulate Storyline Courses


Making organizational changes can be a risky, yet necessary, disruption to any company’s status quo. Even with experts on board to help, it’s time-consuming and expensive. But the U.K.-based company Changefirst helps organizations build the capabilities to implement change effectively. Recently, Changefirst helped a client slash a £400,000 organizational training expense to a £50,000 one—and […]

Three in a Row: Articulate on Training Industry’s 2014 Top 20 Authoring Tools Companies List


For the third year in a row, Articulate was recognized as a “Top Training Company” on Training Industry’s 2014 Top 20 Authoring Tools Companies List. The annual survey evaluates a wide array of learning technologies in the training marketplace and names the top companies that make critical products for creating outstanding learning programs. “The Authoring […]

Articulate Storyline Wins Brandon Hall Group Gold Award


We’re happy to share this good news: Brandon Hall Group just announced that Articulate Storyline won gold in its 2013 Excellence in Technology Awards. The panel of judges, which included leading industry experts and members of Brandon Hall Group’s leadership team, picked Articulate Storyline for the gold award in the Best Advance in Content Authoring […]

The Format Painter Turbocharges Your Workflow in Articulate Storyline


When you’re creating an e-learning project, it can sometimes be an uphill battle to get your elements to look and act just the way you want. Sometimes it means applying a combination of several different effects to text, images, shapes, captions, buttons, and characters. Manually replicating the same set of effects for many objects is […]

Coaching Association of Canada Uses E-Learning to Stem Sports Concussions


Two players collide at full speed, and yours crumples to the turf. Slowly, he gets up and heads to the sideline. Determined to continue playing, he brushes aside his blurry vision and headache. “Coach, I’m fine,” he insists. Do you let him go back in? Coaches face dilemmas like this all too often in youth, […]

Button Sets: An Articulate Storyline Hidden Gem


Personally, I count button sets as one of Articulate Storyline’s hidden gems. Sure, they may not catch the limelight like other features, but they are a super-helpful tool that definitely belongs in your e-learning bag of tricks. Button sets make a group of objects behave like radio buttons, so learners can select only one object […]

Articulate Storyline Wins Gold Stevie Award


We’re really excited to announce that Articulate Storyline won a Gold Stevie® Award for Best New Software Product at the 11th Annual American Business Awards (ABA)! From over 3,200 entries across 46 categories, judges chose Storyline to top the Corporate Learning/Workforce Solution category. “So many remarkable stories of success and innovation were told in the […]

How to Transform Static Content into Interactive Knowledge Checks


Are you looking to build more interactive e-learning? Something that moves your courses beyond click-and-read slideshows? One of the single best ways to begin creating more interactive courses—without disrupting your project’s timeline, client’s budget, or learners’ expectations—is to reframe your existing static content into interactive knowledge checks. Storyline’s Convert to Freeform option offers six super […]

Save the States on a Slide Upon Resume in Storyline


I love it when community members come up with awesome solutions to real-world problems, and then share their ideas with the community. Not long ago, Kate Hoelscher hit a roadblock creating a course for a large organization and devised a fabulous way to get around it. “I built a module in Storyline where the learner […]

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  • Jeremy Negrey: Awesome, thanks Kelly!
  • Kelly Meeker: Hi Jeremy! You can see past winners by looking at the Guru catalog on this blog:...
  • Jeremy Negrey: This sounds awesome! Is there a location where I can check out some of the past submissions/winners?
  • nagarjuna: Installed the update 5. Keyboard support for sliders is my favorite. Check out this sample interaction we...
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