We explore all the variables of variables during our hands-on Storyline 360 training, and in doing so, we so often stumble upon e-Learning interactions that would benefit from a variable reset. Join us today as we answer this “as heard in training” question: “Can I Reset a Variable?” In Storyline 360 e-Learning development, there are many motivations to reset a variable, otherwise known as “initializing.” (And luckily, initializing a variable is easier than you might think—often requiring just one additional trigger.) Not only can initializing variables become necessary when developing
In Storyline 360, States help us change the formatting of objects as learners move through an e-Learning—from indicating which items are interactive, to which have been visited, or which objects aren’t yet available. We utilize states all the time in developing courses, not to mention that states are one of the foundational concepts in our hands-on Articulate 360 training. During Storyline 360 training, we learn to create custom states manually. However, while states are always simple to use, you might have premade graphics on hand that you simply want to
When the sun sets on the last day of our hands-on Articulate 360 training, a few things are inevitable: excitement to put newfound skills into action, the weepy farewell, and a desire for even more knowledge around e-Learning development. At Yukon Learning, we are enthusiastic…nay, obsessed with the concept of continued education. Therefore, we love when we can deliver on the “as heard in training” question: “How can I keep learning?” Hone Your Skills in Articulate 360 Training Did you realize all that comes with your Articulate 360 subscription?!
At Yukon Learning, our mission is “Making e-Learning Easy for Everyone.” One of the ways we do so is by coming up with mnemonic devices (or just parodied song lyrics) to help participants in training remember key things about Storyline 360. In this article, let’s review some of these phrases you might hear from our trainers. “If you like it then you shoulda put a name on it.” Our beloved Ron Price likes to say that Beyoncé was once an e-Learning designer and that while developing, she came up with
You probably knew it was coming and may have mixed feelings about it, but the time is officially here: Adobe will discontinue Flash completely at the end of 2020. So, what does this mean to you as an Articulate developer? Here’s the scoop: How does this affect you? If you have courses that rely on Flash animations or videos, were developed in previous versions of Articulate Storyline or Studio, use the Articulate Mobile Player, or if you haven’t yet upgraded to Articulate 360 or Storyline 3, you need to take