Using PowerPoint’s fill shape feature, you can create custom drop shadows complete with transparency and blur effects.
The 5-Point Makeover Process I want to share with you the visual copy editing process I use when folks ask us to makeover their PowerPoint and e-learning slides. Most of the time users want us to just look at the slides or course, and give some feedback on ways to improve it. They’re not asking […]
Storyline’s lightbox feature is a great way to bring content into your current slide. But there could be times when you want more control over the look and feel of the lightbox. Storyline’s layers and triggers can give you all the freedom you need to customize your own lightbox effect.
In this Articulate Storyline drag drop game, you’ll learn how to create an optical illusion puzzle using Storyline’s convert to freeform features. View the drag-and-drop optical illusion interaction
In this tutorial, you’ll learn how to create a looping video effect to use for slide backgrounds using triggers. Demo: View Storyline source: Download
VocabGrabber lets you automatically create lists of vocabulary from any text or e-learning script. Here is another one of those useful sites this time from visual thesaurus and the product they have is called vocab-grabber. Now it’s a free product available really without the subscription to the thesaurus. What you can do is just paste […]
if you do a lot of work with your SME’s, maybe clients, if you do a lot of recording with them? And maybe you are recording the conversation or interview just for future reference or maybe use it as part of your note-taking strategy. You might want to check out this free app from the […]
So you want to share your online training portfolio from your WordPress blog? A lightbox option is an simple and elegant solution for keeping viewers on the current page while overlaying the content in a mini page. Get the plugin: Lightbox Plus for WordPress Here’s a quick example: View My Portfolio Example
Fount will tell you which web font in your font-stack you are actually seeing – not just what is supposed to be seen. It’ll also tell you the font size, weight, and style. After adding the bookmark: All right, so, if you’ve ever looked at the website and blog and wanna know a little bit more about […]
We used to refer to poorly written objectives as “stray dogs” and “broken promises” because they never showed up after the opening screen. It kind of makes you wonder why learning objectives are laid out like multiple choice questions: