Instructional Design

Screencast Throwback: Creating Custom Questions Using Convert to Freeform: Pick Many

This screencast illustrates how I create custom questions using convert to freeform. In this video, I’ll be demonstrating how I create a custom pick many […]

Screencast: Using Articulate Storyline on a Mac

I get SO MANY questions about how I use Articulate products on my Mac, so this week is dedicated to explaining the ins and outs […]

Screencast: Quick Graphic Setting Tips When Using Articulate Storyline on a Mac

When I first started using Articulate Storyline on my MacBook Pro, I thought I was insane. Slide objects were often pixelated or distorted, and alignment […]

Screencast: Installing Fonts for Articulate Storyline on a Mac

When I first started using Storyline on my Mac, it was also very tedious to install fonts. I thought I was installing the fonts, but […]

Screencast: Troubleshooting Articulate Storyline on Mac via Parallels Desktop

There are several troubleshooting techniques when it comes to running Articulate Storyline on Mac via Parallels Desktop, namely disabling shared profiles and working within Windows […]

Screencast: Real-Time Customization of Built-In Multiple Choice Question Slide in Articulate Storyline

In this screencast, I wanted to show just how quickly you can customize a built-in question slide in Articulate Storyline. For this demo, I’m showing […]

Screencast: Creating Custom Feedback Layers (NOT With Feedback Master) in Articulate Storyline

Continuing on with our custom multiple choice question, I thought I’d show you how to create custom feedback layers. These custom feedback layers do not use […]

Screencast: Custom Submit Button for Built-In Question Slides in Articulate Storyline

The built-in question slides in Articulate Storyline are a HUGE timesaver, but customizing them always creates value add for your clients. In this screencast, I’m […]

Elearning scenario examples: Connect With Haji Kamal

Haji Kamal is probably one of the most famous elearning scenario examples in the public domain. When designers talk about scenarios this seems to be […]

#DearID Episode 43: A Tale of Two Projects with Zsolt Olah

This episode, I talk with Zsolt Olah, one of my ID heroes, about two different projects that illustrate how context is king. Zsolt shares how, […]

#DearID Episode 44: Simon Date on MOOCs

The first of three (I say four in audio) episodes with Simon Date, Adapt developer extraordinaire! Simon took me up on my ridiculous pitch at […]

Civic Learning: An Idea Generated from Torrance Learning’s Download Un-Conference

If you’ve been a reader of this blog, you’ll have seen me working with one overarching idea for a while: what might it look like […]