It’s here! Your beginners guide to everything F1! Well maybe not everything, but some things are definitely included, like… and Introduction to F1, a brief history, oh and not forgetting the most amazing quiz ever! So if you would like to try (you’d be mad not to), feel free to take a look around the […]
Joe Ganci also known as eLearning Joe demo’s responsive course design for Lectora Live.
In today’s episode, we are joined by THE eLearningJoe, Joe Ganci. Joe gives us a quick demo on responsive course design, which is helpful when designing courses. Rather than creating different courses for desktop view and tablet view, responsive course design fits it all in the respective designs for us! What a great Lectora capability!
Scott Barnett, VP of Marketing at Trivantis, shares the training he received years ago developed in Stanford about Design Thinking. Educate, Define, Ideate, Prototype and Test.
You’ve probably noticed that modern websites often use simple, frame-only buttons over full-screen graphics (or even videos). We use it on our website: http://www.branchtrack.com/ It’s easy to use the same design in your course, too! Simply set the fill to transparent, set the button border to white 3px, choose a modern font (Open Sans is a […]
Sergey Snegirev has spent much of his career working with Swedish companies and e-Learning designers. He will share his experience in this Inspiration Wednesday’s webinar. Sergey will talk about how Scandinavian minimalism is taking over the world, why flat design is all the rage today and how everyone can make their courses look more professional while also reducing production time. The session will contain inspiring and easy-to-use tips as well as examples from real minimalist e‑Learning projects.
Join us for a webinar all about games and interactions built natively in Lectora. The eLearning Brothers will show you how to use these templates to build exciting, professional course content. Learn how to use actions and layers, change colors to match branding, insert your own content and build courses by combining the many different templates.
In this session, Jeff Batt and Adam Leibler of the eLearning Brothers will show you what’s available in the Template Library, and how you can use what’s available to take your courses from boring to amazing.
Lectora 11 makes it easier than ever for you to apply a professional, high quality look and feel to your courses. Take advantage of over 75 new design themes in a variety of colors and sizes. You still have access to terrific online based templates, and the ability to create and save your own templates for future use. So what’s the difference between a theme and a template? Join us for this session as we break down the features of both and provide you with tips and tricks for utilizing these terrific design features within your course development.
Rick Nielsen will provide you with tips and tricks for leveraging your design tools in Lectora Inspire.