One of the most common questions asked during our hands-on Storyline 360 training is “How do I create a template?” After all, who doesn’t want to save time and look good doing it? Templates allow you to do both! Whether you’re working independently and creating all of the e-Learning content for your organization, or are part of a team of developers, templates are key to quick and professional development. So, let’s unlock Articulate 360 development and answer this “as heard in training” question: How do I create a template for
How Do I Use ‘When Variable Changes’?
At Yukon Learning, we love opportunities to share and teach tools like Articulate Storyline 360. We get to experience the excitement from new Articulate 360 developers as they realize the options available to them—and sometimes feelings of intimidation. Storyline 360 can do so much… How do I know which triggers are best? Fortunately, the Storyline 360 interface is intuitive, and we’re here to help explore it. So, read on for one of our common as-heard-in-training questions: “How Do I Use ‘When the Variable Changes’?” Let’s break things down… Utilizing the
What is Focus Order in Accessible e-Learning?
As our culture becomes more inclusive, so is the e-Learning industry, and we’re experiencing more requests than ever for e-Learning development that can meet accessibility standards. Accessible e-Learning has been defined as e-Learning content which any learner can access—including those with visual, auditory, or mobility differences. While there are many facets to accessible e-Learning development, one of the most powerful features we have for ensuring accessibility with Storyline 360 is Focus Order. Many learners use screen readers to access information within an e-Learning. Focus Order is how we determine, as
Why Didn’t That Work?
We get this question, or some form of it, asked perhaps more than any other question during the Storyline 360 portion of our hands-on Articulate 360 training: “Why didn’t that work?” It’s frustrating when something doesn’t work as you intended or hoped during e-Learning development. We’ve all been there and understand your pain! So, let’s tackle this “as heard in training question” today and figure out “Why didn’t that work?!” There are occasions when there is a technical glitch and the issue is beyond our control, but these are very
How Can I Trigger an Object to Move?
Motion paths are a terrific way to add movement and polish to e-Learning courses. We love the way they allow designers and developers to be creative! In this blog post, we’re answering the “as heard in training” question, “How can I trigger an object to move?” As you may have already noticed, when you add a motion path to your course, Storyline 360 creates a trigger for you. The reason for this is that triggers execute the actions in Storyline 360—and each motion path needs an action to work! By
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