Articulate Storyline Templates, Training, & Examples

eLearning Brothers dedicates quite a bit of attention to developing world-class templates for the best authoring tools in the industry. Our template library is full to the rafters with Storyline templates and our blog is bursting at the seams with great examples, tips, and tricks that will help you master Storyline. Enjoy!

5 Tips to Prepare Your Storyline Course for Your LMS

August. As the kids go back to school, our thoughts are turned to learning. In the training world, that means in many cases that we are preparing our courses for publishing to a Learning Management System (LMS). Since there are countless LMSes out there, and they all... read more

Because It’s There! 3 Mountainous Storyline Games

With the eLB home base situated at the feet of the Rocky Mountains, we are no strangers to these majestic landforms. In many cultures throughout the world, mountains have been considered places of meditation and reflection for centuries, in part because of their... read more

Bank on It: Using Question Banks in Storyline 2

Quizzes… we all use them. They are an integral part of any good eLearning course. Yet one of the oft-neglected types of quizzes is one that draws from a bank of questions. What is a question bank? A question bank is a group of questions from which a certain... read more

How to Insert an HTML5 Interaction into Storyline 2

So you’ve spent a lot of time creating an amazing HTML5 interaction using our Interaction Builder and now you want to insert it into your Storyline 2 course. But how do you that? That’s the very question we get quite often through our support emails, so we’ve created... read more

Dive into the New Parachute Storyline Game

It takes a rather gutsy individual to throw caution to the wind and jump out of an airplane two-and-a-half miles above the hard ground. It takes a special type of insanity to do so over shark-infested waters. Luckily, reasonable people rarely partake in such an... read more

Enjoying the Summertime with Storyline Hotspots

Summertime is here and the heat is on. Boogie boards, beach volleyball, and sunscreen are all key parts of the hot summer days. So what better time to look at what’s “hot” in Articulate Storyline 2. I’m talking particularly about hotspots, those powerful, but... read more

Back in My Day: Old-timey Storyline Templates

We, as humans, tend to romanticize the past. We fill it with our greatest heroes and most formidable villains. The past is where dragons, pirates, and Old West cowboys take place. While many of the stories we tell about the past are true, some are severe exaggerations... read more

Get Down to Business with Storyline

Trade and business are what drive the economy. Most business happens in offices large and small throughout the world, whether these be small businesses operating out of someone’s apartment or Fortune 500 companies based in gargantuan skyscrapers. These office... read more

An Inescapably Awesome Storyline Game Template

At one point or another, we all love to play the rebel. There’s something invigorating about throwing caution to the wind and playing by your own rules. It’s the reason we love characters like Robin Hood, Tom Sawyer, and Han Solo. It’s a romantic... read more

3 Vital Steps For Creating Storyline Game Zen Part II

When playing a game, you don’t want to be left in the dark when it comes to how many chances you have to complete a task. There are many different ways to track and present the amount of tries someone has (or doesn’t have); it is really up to your imagination and the... read more

10 Must-Know Features for Articulate Storyline 2

Articulate Storyline 2 has numerous features that make developing eLearning greatness outstandingly simple. I will be going through ten features, both well-known and not, of Storyline 2 that are essential that you start putting into application in your next project.... read more

Amp Up Your Storyline Project with a Custom Player

A general rule in our eLearning development (and specifically with Storyline) is that a good template needs and deserves a good player. But what does a good player look like? And how can you build one? In one of my previous blogs, I talked about how you could turn the... read more

Webinar: Essentials for Getting Started in Storyline

Last Thursday we were honored to have the distinguished Amber Rodbell deliver an awesome webinar on the Essentials to Getting Started in Storyline 2. During the webinar she instructed us on the features that (like the title of the webinar) are essential in creating an... read more

Customizing the Articulate Storyline Player

Designing an awesome template in Storyline is a very simple process. But one of the more underutilized features in Storyline is the ability to fully edit the Articulate Storyline player. Once individuals and companies make a template or game, they are so eager to get... read more

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