In today’s screencast, I’m showing you how to use the conditional seekbar in Articulate Storyline 360. The modern player provides three options for the seekbar, so check out the screencast below to get all the details!
In today’s screencast, I’m showing you two ways of importing PowerPoint slides into Articulate Storyline 360. This is a great way of streamlining your development if you have previously storyboarded a project in Microsoft PowerPoint.
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In this screencast, I’m discussing tab order and using alternative text in Articulate Storyline 360. These features are very handy when working to make your stories more accessible. Particularly, tab order and alternative text will be very helpful to those who use screenreaders to access your content.
In this screencast, I’m showing you how you can increase the player font size in Articulate Storyline 360. This is a particularly good feature if you need to enhance your courses for accessibility requirements. Check out the screencast below!
I get a lot of questions about how I build out my portfolio, and I use a self-hosted WordPress site, with the WordPress plugin Media Grid. Media Grid has a $25 dollar licensing fee, but it’s the easiest plugin I’ve used in an effort to provide an easy to access and nice to look at portfolio.
In this screencast, I show you how I use Media Grid to house my portfolio pieces. Check it out, below!
In today’s screencast, I’m showing you how to remove lesson numbers in Articulate Rise.
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