This is the 1st in a series of 29 posts in the 29 days of February 2008 — the Articulate 29×29 — that will introduce you to the key features of Articulate products and how to get the most out of your investment in our software.
Welcome to the Articulate 29×29! In honor of leap year 2008, Tom and I are teaming up with a number of our colleagues — including Justin, Dave, David, and Sarah — and our most excellent customer MVPs, to bring you 29 quick tips during each of the 29 days of February.
So let’s get started.
You’ve seen our daily demo, you’ve spent 15 days with the trial, and now you’re an official Articulate user. So how do you get started?
Publishing your first Articulate presentation is as easy as 1, 2, 3! Don’t believe me? Take a look at this 4-minute demo. It gives you a good overview of how to get started with Articulate Presenter.
That should help you get started. But it’s only the beginning. Be sure to take advantage of all of our other resources. Browse the online help documentation and our Presenter support site. Our universal search is a great place to find answers to specific questions.
Next, to spark ideas, it’s always helpful to see what others are doing with our software, so here are 5 great examples of content created with Articulate Presenter:
- Prometheus Training Corporation: Office Ergonomics
- Ah-Ha! Media: Laws and Cases of Sexual Harassment
- Weyerhaeuser: AIP Compensation Discussions
- Product Training: SkyScan Atomic Clock
- Tour: Inflight Institute
Get ready for lots more tips this month — many of which will be inspired from tips found in our forums — to help you become an Articulate pro in no time!