Matthew Bibby

Remarkable training can produce remarkable results, both for your people and for your bottom line. My name's Matt and I'd like to help you develop memorable, engaging and profitable training programs.

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Momento Mori

"You could leave life right now. Let that determine what you do and say and think." - Marcus Aurelius. Want your online courses to stand […]

Don't Disable That Next Button, Do This Instead...

While the idea of disabling the Next button until an activity has been completed might seem like a good idea. The person completing your course […]

Getting Control of Your Exit Animations

Have you ever tried to use exit animations in your Storyline course and found that they didn't behave in the way you expected? Did you […]

Spaced Repetition

"Taken together, evidence continues to recommend practice that is scheduled throughout a learning event rather than concentrated in one time or place." - Ruth Clark […]

Six Ways to Generate a Certificate of Completion

Have you ever wanted to generate a certificate of completion at the end of a Storyline course? Perhaps your workplace requires that these certificates get […]

Extend Your eLearning Beyond the Initial Course

Have you ever wanted to extend your eLearning beyond the boundaries of a typical course? Perhaps you've wanted to help your learners deepen their understanding […]

Spaced Repetition, Email Automation Software and Custom Follow-Ups

Have you ever wanted to send follow-up lessons to learners via email to help them deepen their understanding of the core material over time? Or […]

Jumping to a Specific Slide in a Course via the URL

Are you sick of saying "open the course and go to slide 48..."? Wouldn't it be easier to just send someone a hyperlink that'll take […]

Getting the Hover State to Behave Itself

Have you ever found that the hover state in Storyline doesn't work the way that you want it to? Maybe you're keen on having the […]

How to Use Google Fonts with Variable References

Have you ever wanted to display a variable reference in your Storyline course using a special font, only to find that it isn’t possible? Or […]

How to Use Google Fonts with Variable References

Have you ever wanted to display a variable reference in your Storyline course using a special font, only to find that it isn’t possible? Or […]

Getting the Hover State to Behave Itself

Have you ever found that the hover state in Storyline doesn't work the way that you want it to? Maybe you're keen on having the […]

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