WCAG AA and Articulate Rise

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We recently fielded a question from a colleague related to accessibility in Articulate Rise. Their question was: “In practice, how does Articulate Rise conform to WCAG AA?” The tl;dr answer: Articulate has a report for how Rise conforms to WCAG criteria for A and AA. It provides good information, if you read the notes. Specifically, some criteria … Read more

Gathered Intel #10

This Week at Learning Ninjas: We have been designing scenario-based elearning with multi-level feedback loops inside of Storyline, and talking about how important the ecosystem is as we build interactive training and performance support solutions. If we don’t identify and capture enough of the right information from our content, we’re not doing our jobs. We need systems that enable … Read more

Covert Communication

Interface Prototyping for E-Learning “Don’t be intimidated by prototyping. Common office supplies can be used to build a very crude prototype to show to key stakeholders—and possibly even a few end users how the interface will function. The great thing about doing this type of prototyping is that they can be changed very quickly, making … Read more

Covert Communication – Winter 2013

Wow, what a year! We’ve been hard at work, mostly behind the scenes, in the shadows, and occasionally on rooftops. I’m proud of the projects we’ve selected and worked on this year. We’ve been: helping improve courses and support materials for the Yellow Ribbon Reintegration Program; working with Catholic Relief Services (CRS) on an Emergency … Read more

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