Ho, Ho, Ho! It’s that time of year again and even though you’re probably all sick of those jolly holiday tunes by now, I couldn’t resist the pull of the Christmas jingle as I tried my hand at simulating a radio in Storyline. Just click the image to launch the demonstration and enjoy.
Ok so this first Storyline tip is a bit of a cheat because I created this demonstration for something else but in the spirit of Reduce, Reuse, Recycle here it is again.
I know, I know, I promised you a Storyline review, but to be honest, I’ve been struggling with how to approach it because Storyline is such a feature rich product that I’m in danger of writing a tome. Since people seem to like their info in 146 characters these days a tome might not be in order.
Instead of writing a comprehensive review, I’m going to shift focus and use this blog to showcase different aspects of the product. Hopefully, this way you will come away with some practical tips and then can decide for yourself.
I’ve been beta testing Articulate Storyline for about 8 months now and it’s been my secret pleasure working with this wonderful product and kibitzing with the other beta testers every day. As part of the beta agreement, we had to keep the product details under wraps until the official launch. Well, I’m happy to say that day has come. Articulate Storyline has been unleashed upon the world.
I promise to write a detailed review real soon but in the meantime, take a look at storylineauthors.com. It’s a great site to help you get up and running with Storyline.
Everyone probably already knows that Steve Jobs died today. We all knew it was coming but it is still a shock.
Here at Pinched Head we just wanted to pay tribute and say rest in peace to a truly inspirational man.
We’ve just made available some great new silhouettes of our illustrated Presenter People – Zena, Frampton, Raj, Luba, Seymore and Serena - in one down-loadable package – it’s over 100 images in all.
Silhouettes are a great addition to any course or presentation. Use them as section dividers, for creating contrast or drawing focus to key information.
Check them out at our online store presenterpeople.com