Developer Magic:
Building Training for Evolving Software


Senior eLearning Designer & Developer, Illumina Interactive, Inc.
Webinar Recording Details
  • Date and Time
    Wed, Jul 25, 2018 at 12PM Pacific / 3PM Eastern
  • Duration
    1 Hour
  • Cost
    $0 (Free)
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The business challenge: New software rolls out at the end of the month, and you are tasked with ensuring all employees are competent with it. The caveat: You also must be prepared to deal with frequent, but irregular changes to the software, because it is still in development. Moreover, the software has little connection to the old software. Now what do you do?
In this webinar, we will work through two of our solutions to this challenge. We’ll show you Photoshop and Storyline tricks that we leveraged and, the way we employed foundational design principles that balanced the plumb line to keep the project on track. You will leave the webinar with practical know-how that you will be able to apply to any project, whether it is specific to software training or other eLearning.

In the end, you will be able to 
  • Utilize key features of Storyline to develop software training in a way that is both rapid and engaging
  • Employ foundational design principles to support eLearning development
  • Use basic Photoshop and SnagIt actions to support your work that do not rely on years of graphical design experience
  • Use the new Articulate Review service to facilitate a quick and efficient review process

Tools Covered:
  • Ps
  • Snagit
  • Storyline
  • Articulate Review

About Jason Kramer

A recent addition to the Illumina creative team, Jason’s specialty is eLearning where he is continuously pushing the design possibilities of the medium. In past years, he gained critical experience in the corporate training world as a Senior Instructional Designer with Citizens Bank and was part of the award-winning instructional design team at NECB where he flourished under Dr. Jean Marrapodi’s tutelage. 

With an MA in philosophy, Jason executed the online build-out of the undergraduate philosophy curriculum at the University of Memphis, where he also served as an adjunct-faculty member. Jason is an early adopter of new technology, an eternal music student, and a bibliophile.

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