We recently launched a new set of stock images in our eLearning Template Library. Computer and Devices is a series of just that, computers, laptops, ipads, kindles, iphones, and more. As with all our images, we’ve removed the backgrounds (transparent)
Sometimes I get asked, “Why do the cutout people images look weird and really like low quality when inserted into Captivate?”. This is not a problem with the images, but rather a setting in Adobe Captivate 6. Watch the tutorial
Inserting Flash interactions and games into your Captivate courses can add interactivity and help to engage your learners. When you do this, it is helpful to make your Flash files match the course look/feel. This is one quick and effective
I’ve been hearing that some of you are having some struggles adding our video cutout people to slides that have longer audio files. The videos play but then disappear as the audio finishes. The screencast below shows you a technique to use
Using images of cutout people in a training course can really bring it to life. They are a great for scenarios, case studies, and adding a personal touch. Articulate Storyline comes pre-packaged with various illustrated and photographic people images. However,
This tutorial will help you get started with Lectora skins and layouts. Here are some details on various parts of the skins: Title Level Buttons Course Menu – When clicked, the user of your published title is taken to
In this tutorial learn how to change the colors of the Lectora player skins and buttons.
Here are the steps to take our HTML 5 games, place them into a SCORM wrapper, and then upload them to Moodle. The video below shows you how to prepare the files for upload into Moodle. The steps to upload
This tutorial demonstrates how to insert interactive Flash (.swf) into Brainshark. Check out our Brainshark Templates!