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
Yukon Learning is humbled and grateful to receive the inaugural Training Magazine Network Choice Awards achievement for Custom Content/Program Development. We’re also thrilled for our partners at Articulate on being recognized in the Authoring Tools category! Many thanks to all who voted for our development team and those who support us year-round! Being honored like this is the perfect opportunity to visit this commonly-asked training question: “Aside from training it, do you also develop e-Learning in Articulate?” The answer is a resounding “Absolutely!” Each day at Yukon Learning, we’re “Making
We are often asked this question when we teach the quizzing portion of Storyline 360. Selecting the answer and then asking the user to hit submit feels awkward for some designers. In this quick blog entry, we are going to show you a simple way that you submit an answer by simply clicking the choice. Disclaimer: (usually read fast at the end of a commercial – don’t worry – no harmful side effects like constipation or rashes) Before we show you how we probably need to tell you why this
During Storyline training, we learn how to customize a course to ensure that learners view all the content on each slide. Depending on the situation and the type of content, there are a variety of strategies that can be used. One question that is often raised is, “How do I ensure my learners view all of the interactive content on a slide before moving on?” That’s a pretty popular question and David Anderson does a great job explaining how to do that here. However, sometimes the request is more specific.
Quite often in class, and in actual development, you’ve made something super awesome on the slide, and you need more of it. This could be buttons, shapes, markers, text boxes–you name it! And shortcuts are a great way to cut down development time. Make it once, make sure it works and looks the way you expect it to, then DUPLICATE it! One of our trainers even has the catch phrase, “Make it great, then duplicate!” During the training, we must copy and paste a thousand times! Okay, maybe that’s exaggerating