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4 Awesome Background Image Techniques and More FREE stuff

One of the most important elements of good scenarios, quizzes, and templates is the background image. It’s easy to spend hours searching for the right background. One way to cut down on the search time is to build your own backgrounds. In this post, I’ll show you four techniques that I use to rapidly build…

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Access 10,000+ eLearning images

We’re excited to officially announce our eLearning image subscription plan. Access over 10,000 images at eLearningArt.com for as low as $20 per month! View Plans Highlights Unlimited downloads No daily download restrictions The perfect program for e-Learning developers You’ll have access to all of our Cutout people pictures Background images E-Learning templates Other great stock photos…

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Rapid Scenario Building and More FREE Templates and Images

Last week I blogged about creating a rapid eLearning course mockup using a free storyboard to get stakeholder feedback early in the development process. This week, I want to talk about how you can create and use character interaction templates to build out mini-scenarios. Here’s an example of a 2-person character interaction. You can download the…

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Rapid Storyboarding and a FREE Template

One of the most painful lessons I’ve learned as an elearning developer is that what I envision and what my boss or client expect are often very different. I think we’re on the same page in an initial meeting. Then I go back to my desk, close myself off to the world and build what…

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Add Contrast for Emphasis

Hello there! It’s Art again – E-Learning Art – bringing you another lesson to enhance your e-learning scenarios. In my last post, I talked about facial expressions and provided a lesson on how you could add that effect into your own training. One of the greatest advantages of building your scenarios with elearning characters and…

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Use Facial Expressions To Tell Stories

Hello there! Ready for lesson 4? You know, it amazes me how humans can instantly process facial expressions and body language. Take a look at these images below and think about the message each conveys to you: We see surprise, frustration, confusion, and thoughtfulness. That humans can recognize and quickly process facial expressions creates an…

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Use First-Person Perspective To Involve the Learner

Hi! Art here, ready to give Lesson Three. If you look at the following images, you might wonder how the heck you can use them: The shot of Lisa from behind her chair seems really random, right? And a hand cutout doesn’t seem particularly useful when shown alone, right? Actually, using images like these enable you…

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