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Creating Light and Dark Versions of E-Learning Templates #249

It’s important that you keep your skill sets fresh when working in the e-Learning field. As time permits, I like to go back and find […]

Using Custom Progress Bars in e-Learning

How are designers using progress bars in e-Learning? That’s the question in this week’s Articulate Challenge #224.  Progress bars are used to keep learners on […]

Using Text-To-Speech in e-Learning!

Are you participating in the e-Learning Heroes weekly challenges? If not, you are really missing out on some opportunities to improve your development skills.  This […]

Share An E-Learning Valentine Game, Template, or Interactive Infographic #219

Having some fun with Storyline 360 motion paths and an animated GIF. I hope everyone has a great Valentine’s Day 2019! Watch for the big […]

Using WebObjects in Storyline 360 for e-Learning

Using WebObjects for Performance Support in E-Learning #220 is this week’s challenge! Web objects allow you to leverage web-based resources by embedding them right in […]

Calculating Hourly Rates Using Pantone’s Color Of The Year!

  It’s a great day when you can combine two tasks into one. In my e-Learning Business Facebook Group, we had a discussion about raising […]

Using Mad Libs to Create E-Learning Word Games #216

According to my research, Leonard Stern, one of the Mad Libs® creators, conceived the idea in 1953 while writing a script for “The Honeymooners.”  A […]

4 Design Principles for e-Learning: Sketchnote Summary

If you are just beginning your e-Learning career, you probably don’t know C.R.A.P.  Before you stop reading this post, let me explain. I’m talking about […]

Drag-n-Drop Music with Storyline 360

Drag-and-drop interactions are a fantastic way to compel learners to lean forward and interact with the course content. In fact, that happens to be the […]

Using the Lightbox Slide in e-Learning

In this week’s challenge, How Are You Using Lightbox Slides in E-Learning? #200, it’s all about the lightbox!  Lightboxes provide several ways to present important […]

A Day in the Life of an e-Learning Freelancer

The following post is an excerpt from my new e-Book series, How to Become an e-Learning Freelancer. The three volumes in the series are designed to […]

Using Black and White in Course Design

This week, I’m writing about my Articulate Challenge of the Week submission: Using Black and White in Course Design Monochromatic Color Schemes Although the challenge […]

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