I’ve been developing eLearning for 15 years, focusing primarily on the development side of things. You know, taking storyboards and other assets from clients, so that I could build courses to their specs. Or as a mate eloquently put it: “Working downstream of a sewage processing plant.” I’ve
Do it. Just delete it. Delete the source files as well. Why? Because it's crap. You know what I mean. The random collection of half-built Storyline courses. Random topics, random styles, random ideas. Poorly designed and poorly implemented. Absolutely zero instructional value. Your clients don't care about Storyline. They don't
Let's talk about that time I got an assistant. It really sucked. This was a long time ago. I don't know if you remember life before Fruit Ninja, but we were all typing away on our BlackBerry keyboards under the misguided notion that our emails were both important and urgent.
A mate of mine shared a while back: I do have tired days where I'm like “Ah, it’s probably ok, I don’t have the energy to test this, I’ll let the client do it, they’ll review it anyway”. Not great, but I do have those days
I'm a massive Mac Lethal fan. If you don't know who he is, go and listen to Winter Heartbreak II. But for now, I want to talk about the track "Weekly Wage" from his 2016's album, Congratulations: I'm going to pop the lyrics here for those who don't like the