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3 Storyline Course Starters That Dominated 2019


Throughout all of 2019, we were hard at work developing brand new Course Starter templates and adding them to our library. Each Course Starter includes tons of layouts, interactions, and a quiz...

How to Avoid The Most Common OSHA Citations of 2019


2019's Most Loved Lectora Course Starters


Our library of Lectora eLearning templates is full of professionally-designed Course Starters, game templates, and more. If you want to quickly build a Lectora course from scratch, the...

Curl Up By the Fire With 2019's Most Downloaded eBook


We published 5 new eBooks and guides this year, on topics from project management to storyboarding to instructional writing.

Power Couple: 2019's Most Downloaded Cutout Man and Woman


Creating character guides in eLearning is a tried and true technique to add some personality to a training course. Cutout people can give a face to a topic and help the learner better connect...

Top 3 Captivate Course Starters of 2019

A big focus for us this year has been combining our eye-catching templates and awesome interactions into one simple download, making it even easier for you to get started on a new project.


Webinars You Watched The Most In 2019


eLearning Brothers hosts at least one webinar a week—adding up to 80 webinars in 2019. These range in topic from tips for how to use eLearning tools such as Adobe Captivate, dominKnow, Camtasia...

Hey There 2020! Resolutions and Trends for the New Year


Get ready, 2020 is coming whether we’re ready for it or not. As we approach this time of new beginnings many of us will set goals or resolutions for the new year.

Rockin’ Around the Foosball Table & Other Holiday Fun


We had our end-of-year holiday party today and it was so much fun to come together, look back at the year’s highlights (like launching an LMS), exchange gifts, and tear each other apart on the...

PowerPoint-to-SVG Hack for Storyline 3/360


Did you know you can use fully-editable custom vectors—like icons, buttons, and shapes—in Storyline?

You can.

You just need to: