Here’s a question: what does your YouTube search history look like? Mine goes:
1. “Paw Patrol toys” (my daughter, along with millions of other kids, could watch people play with plastic toys for hours 🤷♂️)
2. “Premier League highlights”
…closely followed by wide array of “how to” queries:
3. “How to change a bathroom tap”
4. “How to stretch a sore back”
5. “How to stop kids playing Baby Shark on Alexa”
The list goes on…
We’re all running into small problems in our day to day lives, and having short, easy-to-find instructional videos at your fingertips is one of the many great things about the internet.
Yes, long gone are the days of heavy how-to manuals or fold-out sheets that take up the living room floor, filled with confusing illustrations and annotations.
We can now find the solution to almost any problem through a professionally scripted and edited video, with cool graphics and instructions that get straight to the point.
In fact, 2 billion of us use YouTube every month. And this got us thinking…
The Lunebase team wanted to add value to the communities that we learn and take so much inspiration from. So we’ve built some “how to” instructions for the software we’ve been using to create our top-quality (humble brag…) digital learning content.
Articulate Storyline 360is an e-learning creation tool used by thousands in education and instructional design across the globe. While the user interface might look like a new iteration of PowerPoint 2000, Articulate Storyline 360 is actually the most powerful course builder out there.
Unfortunately, it also has a pretty steep learning curve for those just starting out. So we’ve produced a short series of micro-lessons (and some top-tips) for Articulate Storyline 360.
Want to see a sneak peek of our first micro-lesson? Oh go on then. Click here.