Articulate Presenter Resources

Cool Captivate Keyboarding Kits

eLearning professionals who came of age in the past couple decades likely have fond memories of sitting around the TV, wires strewn about the living room, mindlessly mashing buttons with friends or siblings, hoping to best each other in virtual competition. Of course,... read more

Celebrating 50 eLearning Best Practices

This article marks my fiftieth publication on the eLearning Brothers blog. I wouldn’t be a true training and development professional if I didn’t take the opportunity to reflect on what I’ve learned. Come follow along this summary post where I highlight the top 50... read more

5 Ways to Get Rid of Designer’s Block

Anyone who works in a creative capacity understands the issue of [fill in the blank] block. It’s an irritating occurrence that silently creeps into your creative process and brings it to a grinding halt.  Whether you’re a writer, graphic artist, or eLearning designer,... read more

How Do You Stand Out as an eLearning Designer?

Maybe you’ve been working as an eLearning designer for a decade, or maybe just for a year. Either way, you want to make sure you stand out from the crowd. You want to be the person with whom internal or external clients choose to work, the designer your manager... read more

Introducing International Cutout People

The Cutout People library is one of the most highly-used products we have and with good reason. Bringing in a human element as a host helps to draw attention to important points in your eLearning. They also facilitate conversation scenarios and allow you to create... read more

Developer Diaries: How To Make Your Own Fonts

I was once asked by someone inquiring about what I do for a living, “Do you know how to make your own fonts?” “Erm… No,” was my reply. “Why not?” he asked. “I don’t know…” I decided to create my own font to see what the process would be like. Here’s my... read more

10 Top Graphic Design Tips for Beginners

It doesn’t matter whether you are a student, a business owner, or an employee in any industry – you’ll face the need to read up on graphic design tips at one point or another. Maybe you’ll need to create graphics for your blog or social media, or you’ll need to create... read more

How to Make the Ultimate Adobe Illustrator Template

When starting a new project in Adobe Illustrator, there are a few things you may always finding yourself doing over and over again. Follow these instructions on making a new Adobe Illustrator template for all your future project needs. New Document Setup First go to... read more

What’s in Your eLearning Style Guide?

    Liz Sheffield is a freelance writer with a background in training and development. She specializes in writing about everything related to the human side of business. You can contact her via LinkedIn or Twitter. A few months ago, my bank changed the... read more

New eLearning Templates in September

September was busy!  Seriously, this was one of our busiest months ever in the template making department. Take a look at all of the assets we added to our offering across all of the major eLearning authoring tools. Remember, these are all included in the libraries... read more

5 Common UI Mistakes That Are Killing Your Design

We all make mistakes, but some mistakes can be money-draining, conversion-slowing pitfalls. Anyone with web conversions in mind would want to avoid tipping over these “pitfalls” to ensure a steady stream of income and returns on investment. Unfortunately, many... read more

6 Free Cutout People

Our free library currently has six great cutout people ready to use in your next course. For simple interactions and demos, these cutouts add a little human spark to your eLearning, thoroughly engaging learners who are sick of looking at words on a bland background.... read more

Good Graphics Make Excellent eLearning

There are many channels through which information can reach the brain. And once it gets there, there are many areas within the brain that can process that information. Grossly oversimplifying it, you might compare your brain to an office building. At any given moment,... read more

Reduce the Weak Links in Your eLearning: Part 1

Our brains are wired to analyze patterns, make predictions, and form links between different phenomena. One of these cognitive tricks our brains play is called the spacial contiguity principle, which states that we learn more effectively when related elements are... read more

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