The holiday season of an eventful year is now in full swing! First, we want to share our appreciation for you along with our favorite learning articles. Use these training infographics, articles, and videos to help your team in the coming year. Most importantly, we are grateful for any opportunity to help you create business […]
Almost overnight, grocery stores of all kinds provided new services, such as curbside pickup, online ordering, contact-free delivery, or grocery cart sanitation stations—and they used rapid training to make this happen. Without warning, consumers had to change the way they bought food for their families, and grocery stores needed to change with them. To provide new services […]
It’s no secret; LHT team members love to learn! We’ve compiled a few of our favorite items into our first-ever Holiday Learning Gift Guide. Whether you’re giving to team members, family members, or yourself, these gifts are sure to spark interest, enjoyment, and appreciation. Apple Pencil The Apple Pencil combines the power of the iPad […]
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Author: Melissa Ingram “You mean there’s more than one kind of dash?”
Text content often makes up the bulk of the courses that we develop.
Windows 10 finally hit the public on Wednesday, July 29 this year and has received excellent reviews—but only by those lucky enough to get it to work.
Authors: James Heiliger & Wei-Cheng Tang So you’ve created a Storyline file with no Final Test. However, your course contains slides that the user may or may not ever go to (e.g., a Help slide, branching slides that are optional). This makes using the minimum number of pages viewed option when publishing a bit tricky […]
If you’ve been a developer in the Storyline 1.0 world, then you’ve certainly thought of some features that you really wished had existed. One feature that I’m sure you’ve wanted was the ability to move an image from one spot on the screen to another at any given time without it having to leave the […]