How many times have you designed and created an amazing course that is just in one language, to be then told it is going to be translated? Easy right? Hmm… my answer would always be a definite ‘maybe’! II build elearning using Articulate Storyline, so this software, and it’s translation capabilities are always at theContinue reading “Designing with translation in mind”
When working in the field of digital learning creation, we can wear many hats; content designer, graphic designer, content developer, content reviewer, quality assurance, software tester, LMS expert, go live support, colleague support, sounding board, and any other hat you can think of.. Everyone talks about the ADDIE model, and while I feel this holdsContinue reading “My Learning Design Checklist”
A look at how I got to play with colour when designing a course for easyJet
A new week and a new challenge. This time it is all about scrolling panels, so I took the time to create a small piece in a scrolling web page style.
Coming up with an elearning concept when you have a creativity block.
Taking part in the Articulate e-Learning Heroes challenges is a great way to try out new approaches. In this post, I attempt challenge 272 on tab interactions
A look at how I find my inspiration when starting any new project, using a concept I created three years ago.
A webinar, delivered in November 2019, about the end of Flash and what it means for our elearning courses.
Playing with motion paths in Storyline back in 2014
Working on the design and development of learning for a sensitive subject, and the challenges it can bring.