Time to come clean: Did you drop objects and text into your course, and forget to put them away? Is neglected content collecting dust in the corners of your slides?
It doesn’t matter how your projects got so messy. What matters now is that you clean things up. But where to begin—with the easy stuff, or the heavy lifting?
Cleaning up messy courses can feel overwhelming when you’re working alone. So stop working in a vacuum and call on the Articulate community for help. From scrubbing videos and arranging objects, to polishing scenarios and sharpening your favorite images, the Articulate community’s friendly clean-up crew can help your projects look neat and tidy in no time.
Want more course cleaning tips? Here’s a sweep from the past week. Check ’em out:
- Save a PowerPoint slide as a jpg
- Using PowerPoint’s slide background fill to create an interesting collage
- Using variables to predict body type in Articulate Storyline
- How to export an image from a video to use as a poster frame in Articulate Storyline
Conversations in the community
- Using e-learning for procedure training
- Do you storyboard e-learning in Word or PowerPoint?
- How do you design courses with audio and non-audio features?
- Conditional endings in a branched simulation
- Creating text rollovers for definitions in Storyline
- Checking off menu items in a list
- Seeking ideas: Manufacturing training | Designing courses for teachers
- Demos & freebies: Around the world | Testing template | Tabs interaction
New blog posts
Seen on Twitter
- @ryantracey shared a link to an e-learning character chart
- @tmiket shared a link to Multiple Choice Tests Doomed or Redeemed?
- @designedlearnin shared a link to examples of Articulate Storyline projects for inspiration
- @mlearning shared a link to 20 Free Famous Fonts to Download
- @kelly_smith01 shared a link to Learning is too important to be left to the professionals
- @commlabindia shared a link to safety training with Articulate Storyline