If you work with media, you are probably already familiar with iStockPhoto.com – if you aren’t familiar with them, I’m happy to introduce you!
e-Learning instructional designers and developers, graphic artists, Web developers, technical writers, video production specialists, voice-over actors, eBook authors and publishers, copywriters, advertising gurus…the list could go on for several more lines. I know that there are several terrific sites on the WWW for finding and downloading stock photos, illustrations, audio, and video files.
For years, I’ve stuck with iStockPhoto.com because, well…they just make it easy for me to find, save to Lightbox, purchase, and download stock files. Awhile ago, they began sending emails to members highlighting free, high-quality stock files.
The screencast demo you see above (silent; no audio) is one I did around February 2012, when Articulate Storyline was still either in Beta (I was invited to join), or when it went live and I downloaded the 30-day free trial. I can’t remember, but I’m sure my “friends” in the Articulate Community will remind me.
Darling husband (and new business partner) and I are adding Articulate Storyline as a new tool to our e-Learning Services tool box. We look forward to your projects in 2014, if not sooner, and you’ll have two talented e-learning professionals now instead of one (but, not two for the price of one, are you kidding?)!
You can also see this demo on Screenr.com at the link below:
In this economy in the USA, more and more people are starting their own independent consulting businesses. Freelancers and freelancing are growing in numbers each year. So, it’s no surprise that an “old” SlideShare.net presentation of mine is still popular. It receives a lot of Views and is “Favorited” often by other SlideShare users.
While I’m working on some upcoming blog posts, I thought I’d take time today to share my presentation on this page with you. The information is still true and current. The economy produces challenges for small businesses. But, hang in there. You can do it. Believe in yourself. Work hard. Good luck!