Seeing your creative vision come to life feels thrilling—and a little frightening at the same time. What it will look like, or cost? Which design should I use? Will people like it, or will it cause problems at work?
Whether you’re inking your first course or adding to your collection, the choices you make will be with you—and your learners—for a long time. Stay committed to your art—even when you’re feeling pinched—and tap into the creative well of the Articulate community for soothing inspiration. They can help with everything from sketching out an idea, to covering up an embarrassing project, to showing off your best work.
Need some ideas before grinding out your masterpiece? Check out the community’s top nods from last week:
- How to build visually relevant quizzes in Articulate Quizmaker
- Walking Dead animation effect in PowerPoint
- 5 simple ways to create shadows in PowerPoint
- Spotlight effect in PowerPoint
- Build your own desktop images with paper and pen in Articulate Storyline
Conversations in the community
- What’s a good estimate of time to develop a course in Storyline?
- I need a topic for my master research project
- Show video when user clicks photo
- Course development or style guide
- Storyline inspirations
- How much editing do you do to make your narrations sound better?
- Demos & Freebies: Creating fun interactions in Storyline | Community Challenge #1 | Course with games | Calculator
New blog posts
- How to Overcome the Challenge of Working with Subject Matter Experts
- Syncing Animations with Cue Points in Articulate Storyline
Seen on Twitter
- @elearningdave shared a link to Presentation Skills: Vocal Techniques that Add Color to Your Speech
- @Tracy_Parish shared a link to What I learned in Grade 10 Computer Science
- @danielbrigham shared a link to questions that will help you get the most out of that first phone call with potential clients