Storyline 2 is the industry’s favorite authoring tool because it’s so easy to create engaging, interactive e-learning with Storyline’s simple, powerful features. And with the new features in our latest free update (Storyline 2 Update 5), it’s now even easier to create accessible content.
We’re excited to share six new features that will help you create content that’s optimized for learners with screen readers. Here’s what’s new:
Reach a wider audience with new support for Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.0.
Make sure learners using screen readers hear the right content at the right time by defining a custom tab order for slide objects.
Now you can increase the player font size up to 200% to help visually impaired learners navigate your course.
Give learners with screen readers the option of skipping player elements when they’re tabbing through slide content.
Localize content for learners with screen readers by specifying the course language.
Let learners control Storyline 2’s interactive sliders with the arrow keys on their keyboard.
To see all the free new features we’ve added to Storyline 2 since its release, check this out.
If you haven’t tried Storyline 2 yet, you can get a free 30-day trial now.