Given the functional similarities between Storyline 360 and Storyline 3, many have been left wondering which they should choose. So this blog is an attempt to help you weigh the similarities and differences in order to make the best decision for your organization’s needs.
In my previous blog post about my preferred new features in Captivate 2017 I mentioned that the dialog box for Advanced Actions got a nice new Outfit.
Captivate 2017 is the recent launch by Adobe and is turning out to be A piece of cake for eLearning developers to create responsive ELearning modules. If I have to pick an eye catching feature from the tool I would surely pick “Fluid Boxes” which is one of the new features added to Captivate 2017.
Articulate Storyline, an easy to use rapid eLearning authoring tool that comes with many in-built interactivities and is highly customizable. By default in Storyline the audio control button has a fixed position with no options available in the settings to change it. Due to this limitation, it was challenging for us to customize volume controls.
I’ve recently been fed up with the spell checker in Captivate and decided to find another way/tool.
The more courses I create, the more I am intrigued by Microlearning. I have really come to realize the smaller form factors of smart phones and diminishing attention span of people provides a whole new opportunity for custom design and instructional modes that may have a more relevant impact.
An eBook on iSpring, how it helps build engaging, instructionally sound e-learning courses in PowerPoint, with minimal efforts to yield maximum results.
Articulate released a new authoring tool, Articulate 360, in November 2016. While launching it, Articulate released a statement and described its newest offering as — “Everything you need for course development in one convenient subscription”.