My latest challenge – to brush up on my build skills and develop a combined tab and carousel interaction.
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?
Thinking about the many hats we wear when designing content, and some of the design tasks we need to keep in mind.
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.
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 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.
Originally published on LinkedIn May 1, 2015 Another Articulate elearning heroes challenge – and some much-needed revision on my part. I didn’t realise how much of the maths we learned at school I had forgotten until I started work on this challenge. A few weeks ago, the challenge was about teaching maths concepts with elearningContinue reading “Brushing up on my maths skills”
An Articulate eLearning Heroes challenge entry from 2014.