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JUNE 12, 2012 [Flash, Photography] WAR: Articulate Storyline Losing Battle to Adobe Captivate
At first glance, I have to say that e-Learning Studio provides more bang for the buck (this package comes with Captivate, Dreamweaver, Flash, Illustrator, Photoshop, and InDesign). Too often instructional designers are stuck trying to make stock photography make sense in multiple situations. Articulate The fact that Storyline is married to PowerPoint is both good and bad.
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DECEMBER 17, 2009 [Flash, Photography] Really…Were These the Best Images We Could Find?
There are tons of stock photography sites online. Stylize Flash Images. JOIN THE CRUSADE…NO MORE CHEESY, ANIMATED CLIPART! How many times have you seen images like these? Images are an important part of online courses. The trick is that the images we use must enhance the instructional qualities of the content. The images must also look professional and give the learner confidence that the material is accurate. The images above do not look professional and certainly do not give me a feeling that I can trust the course content. So what types of images could we use?
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OCTOBER 26, 2012 [Flash, Photography] ARTICULATE NON EST REX – 3 REASONS HIGHER ORDER LEARNING IS BEYOND THE MOAT
At one point I ordered up a truly engaging interactive and the developer with whom I worked finally resorted to a mash up of Flash squeezed into an Articulate shell to create the most creative piece to come out of the that shop. Plus it migrates to either Flash or HTML5. Overall, results were measured by the number of courses that made it from a facilitators guide to the LMS at the lowest possible costs measured against production hours, stock photography purchases and additional matter—music or more robust narration for example. mean they are both doctors, right?
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OCTOBER 30, 2009 [Flash, Photography] Cammy Beans Learning Visions: Finding Good Photos for Your eLearning Scenarios
Friday, October 30, 2009 Finding Good Photos for Your eLearning Scenarios Do you struggle with finding good stock photos to use in your eLearning scenarios? eLearning Art provides royalty free stock photos, images, and other assets to help you create some cool stuff in your own authoring tools. They’ve also got cartoon assets and some animated flash characters. Or will you stick with free online stock photos? Posted by Cammy Bean at 11:22 AM Labels: photography , scenarios 3comments: Brian Dusablon said. So then do you go do a custom photo shoot?
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LEARNING VISIONS [Flash, Photography] Finding Good Photos for Your eLearning Scenarios
| FRIDAY, OCTOBER 30, 2009
Do you struggle with finding good stock
photos to use in your eLearning scenarios? eLearning Art provides royalty free stock
photos, images, and other assets to help you create some cool stuff in your own authoring tools. They’ve also got cartoon assets and some animated flash
characters. Or will you stick with free online stock
photos? Tags: photography
scenarios You might find the right guy to play the role of the client in your story, but there’s only three shots of him and he looks like a goofball in one of them. So then do you go do a custom photo shoot? MORE >>
SPICY LEARNING [Flash, Photography] Top five tips for running a successful photo shoot
| TUESDAY, OCTOBER 20, 2009
If it’s not your day job, setting up and running a photography
session can seem daunting, but it’s not as difficult as you might think. And, if you have the time, why not add some extra ‘generic’ poses for stock
photos that might be useful for further projects? You need at least one main light or flash
, a fill light to cut out shadows and ideally a third backlight to light the backdrop and isolate the subject. few pieces of equipment, the appropriate preparation and a small dose of confidence are the keys for success. Do your preparation. Plan the poses. MORE >>
CLIVE ON LEARNING [Flash, Photography] The case for clip art and stock photography
| FRIDAY, MARCH 6, 2009
When it comes to the sourcing of visual aids, you would not hesitate to have a photographer carry out a photo shoot (even if this involved hiring models, booking studios, elaborate location shots and endless Photoshop manipulation of the results); you'd have no qualms about asking a graphic designer to put together complex Flash
animations or an illustrator to do, well, illustrations. That's when I turn to clip art and stock photography
. And there's a lot of poor clip art and stock photography
out there which is horribly cheesy and, worse still, over-used. MORE >>
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