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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!

Conquering Character State Changes in Storyline

When adding a character, either photo-realistic or illustrated, to an eLearning course, one of the main challenges is getting the character interactions to look natural and doing so in a timely fashion. In this webinar, Storyline Expert and Senior Developer at...

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Put the Pedal to the Metal With Your Storyline Development: Part 2

Are you ready for some more great tips for speeding up development in Storyline? Then you’re in the right place! Let’s pick up where we left off. We have our player, theme, scenes and assessments built. What’s next? It’s time to build out our master slides. After...

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Put the Pedal to the Metal With Your Storyline Development

Part 1 We have all compared ourselves to other developers. Are we slower than others, in line with them, or faster?  How can we develop efficiently while maintaining the highest possible quality? In this series we will review some best practices for efficient...

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Webinar: How to Rock the New Features in Storyline 3

Last Tuesday, I teamed up with fellow eLearning rockstar Bill Milstid to discuss some of the cool new features in Storyline 3. During the course of the webinar a number of questions were asked and answered, but there were also some key ones that weren’t addressed that...

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Fall For These eLearning Resources

Starbucks has released the Pumpkin Spice Latte (“PSL” for those in the know), which means fall is here, whether it feels like it outside or not. To get you into that fall mood, we picked out a few resources from the Template Library that pair well with pumpkin...

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A ‘Responsive’ Articulate Storyline Solution

The age old Storyline dilemma: Build for desktop or build for mobile. In this post I will show you how to build for both and combine them into one seamless ‘responsive’ course. You've been tasked with developing a responsive project using Articulate Storyline. You...

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Webinar: How to Hack Storyline’s HTML5 Output

Last week we had our very own James Kingsley join us in a webinar about Storyline and HTML5. Part of the discussion included an overview of some JavaScript principles and an overview of some of the best practices for utilizing these tools in relation to Storyline. Due...

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JavaScript Tricks for Articulate Storyline 3/360

For years I have been playing with JavaScript hacks solutions for Storyline. The biggest drawback to most of them was that they wouldn’t work with the Flash version of the course. But now, one of the cool things about Articulate Storyline 3 and 360 is the option to...

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Articulate 360 or Storyline 3 – How to Decide?

A month or so ago, Articulate quietly released a new version of their beloved Storyline Product—Storyline 3. This came about just a few months after the much-heralded release of Articulate 360, which includes Storyline 360. Given the functional similarities between...

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In the Business of People: 10 New Storyline Cutout Characters

For business training purposes, professionally dressed characters can go a long way to set a mood and an ambience for your courses. It also pays to know your demographics. If your company tends to attract a certain type of person, or there are other types of people...

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