The topic of why and how to convert Flash learning content to HTML5 is a hot one. Flash was and still is a powerful format with almost limitless capability for functionality and animation. Leading authoring tools like Articulate Storyline use it as the primary output. However, support for Flash content is continuing to diminish. Why is this? What’s going to replace it? How do we make the move to something new?
This is part two of a two-part webinar on how to develop 508 compliant e-learning with two leading tools: Lectora and Storyline. This session focuses on Storyline 2 and its features that support compliance. Join us in this session and we will explore how to create interactive media-rich e-learning that is accessible for all users.
Nobody likes grainy or low-quality images. When selecting or creating images for e-learning, it's important to keep in mind image resolution and how scaling or manipulating the image can affect image quality and the appearance of your e-learning. If the option is available to send your developer the best quality image, do it! It is always easier for us to use, modify, or scale down a nice image than it is to try to scale up a poor one.
Recently, I built a scenario-based call center soft skills training course for a client. I was excited to use some of the new features in Articulate’s Storyline 360, including the new illustrated characters. Watch as our character Sheri tackles some tricky situations with a few angry customers.
Over the years, we’ve seen a variety of images come in through our clients – some exceptional, some pretty terrible, and a few that simply could have been equipped with a better file type. But which one? Check out our handy guide below!
Lately (if it wasn’t made apparent in several other blog entries), I’ve been absolutely fascinated with the Slider in Storyline 2. It’s such a simple tool on the surface, but it’s one with tons of potential if you dare to dive deeper.
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