The eLearning Guys is a discussion show about Articulate Storyline development and all things e-learning by two guys passionate about education, multimedia, creativity and problem solving.
Nejc and David have been working in the eLearning industry for over a decade and they share their experiences with Articulate Storyline and their eLearning adventures with you.
To learn Articulate Storyline on your time and at your pace, visit https://www.masterstoryline.com.
Storyline Freeform hacks
Nejc and Dave discuss how can you use Storyline's Freeform functionality in a different way.
Storyline beginner FAQ
Nejc and Dave address some of the frequent beginner Storyline questions.
Articulate E‑Learning Challenges
Challenges with Jonathan Hill
Nejc and Dave talk with the wizard of the e-learning challenges Jonathan Hill. About the challenges.
Special Guest: Jonathan Hill.
Favorite projects in detail
Nejc and Dave dive into the details and challenges in their favorite projects.
Storyline wish list
Nejc and Dave discuss different functionalities that they would like to see in Storyline.
Submit a feature request - Articulate
New triggers panel in Storyline
Nejc and Dave discuss the fresh and newly redesigned trigger panel in Storyline.
Learning Design Summit
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Two episodes and it has been very useful and practical.
These guys are great!
I just began my career as an instructional designer. It kind of just happened randomly. I was in school working part time at retail and I was offered an internship working with articulate storyline. Never even heard of such a thing and next thing I know, I’m hooked!! I’ve listened to a bunch of podcasts on eLearning but none of them are as entertaining or insightful as these guys. Their simplicity cannot be taken for granted. David is super smart and is always working on side projects and has loads of content which adds to his credibility. They have an episode with David Anderson, the guy who comes up with the eLearning Hero challenges and that is one of my favorite episodes. The conversation is so natural and that’s what makes it interesting. Nejc is so funny sometimes with the stuff he says and his accent is cool to listen to. Other podcasts talk about theories and high level topics, these guys are talking about “The other day a client sent me a storyline file with grey lines and I could not figure it out!” Then talk through the process of what they did to fix the issue (which turned out to be a clever trick). Things like that are what make it more real and tangible in my eyes. Thank you eLearning guys for all your hard work!