Five Storyline workflow tips and tricks!

June 22, 2021

Articulate Storyline 360 is packed full of features, some less known than others. Here are some of our favourite tips and tricks in Articulate Storyline to help you create great elearning! Tip #1 – Speed up your workflow and create your own shortcuts!Building in Storyline can be time-consuming, but there are a variety of little tips […]

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Why we love working with charities

June 18, 2021

At Little Man Project, we want to make a difference. Not just to our customers but the world at large. This is the main reason we only create bespoke elearning for charities at Little Man Project…well, nearly!The nearly is because although 99% of our clients are charities and the remaining 1% are organisations that are […]

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What you should be testing to improve your elearning accessibility

May 26, 2021

Last week was Global Accessibility Awareness Day. In the build-up to this, we published a series of articles to help you improve the accessibility of your elearning. This article rounds off this series with some guidance on how to perform Quality Assurance.

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Accessible learner profiles

May 20, 2021

Making something accessible isn’t a ‘one-size-fits-all’ because everyone’s needs are different. However, it is useful to consider these four key areas that we refer to as ‘profiles’. This will help us to consider their general requirements and incorporate recommendations from experts.

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Five tips on improving accessibility in Articulate Storyline

April 23, 2021

Elearning Developer Jamie Laurence shares his top tips for improving accessibility in Articulate Storyline. Introduction. Over the last 6 months, Articulate has been pushing lots of new updates to improve the accessibility of Storyline 360. As part of our efforts to produce more inclusive elearning, we have been pushing ourselves to learn as much as […]

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Introduction to elearning accessibility

April 9, 2021

As designers, we have a responsibility for everything we create. As learning designers, this means creating elearning that is inclusive, has a positive impact and engages learners. A key element to inclusion, but not the only element, is accessibility. We must ensure that we make every effort to ensure our elearning can be physically used by learners. Web Standards.There are currently no specific guidelines for […]

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Video – Inclusive design presentation

April 6, 2021

With great power comes great responsibility – let us help you rise to the challenge! Check out this video of the presentation Gill Chester gave at the March 2021 Charity Learning Consortium’s Member’s Meeting. During the session, Gill describes: The journey we have been on to make our elearning modules more inclusive. The moral imperative […]

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Project spotlight: My Brain, Me and FASD

March 15, 2021

We work with charities for a reason. They are having a positive impact on the world, and we want to be part of that. We have supported charities by creating modules that have big impacts. We have helped to improve humanitarian efforts, diagnosis, support better care for animals, and safeguard vulnerable people. The small part […]

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Getting the best from an elearning supplier

February 17, 2021

When your charity invests time and money into commissioning a commercial supplier to create elearning, they must get a good return on their investment. In terms of the module produced and what was learnt throughout the process.In this article, we will set out some of the ways that you can make the most of this […]

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Royal Commonwealth Ex-Services League (RCEL) – A showreel

February 10, 2021

We have been working with the team at the Royal Commonwealth Ex-Services League (RCEL) for just over a year now with some fantastic results. We have had the pleasure of creating three modules for them which they have kindly allowed us to bring together in a short showreel.RCEL provides help and support to ex-Service men […]

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Looking back moving forward – What COVID will mean to charities and their Learning and Development provision.

February 2, 2021

In this article, I discuss some thoughts I’ve had on the impact of 2020 (and 2021) on learning and development teams within UK charities. I hope you will find one or two things of interest, things you need to consider and reflect on.You don’t need me to tell you that 2020 was a rough year. […]

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Three tips for managing your first elearning project.

January 26, 2021

You have decided to take the plunge to develop elearning yourself, you have chosen an authoring tool, and you are ready to get creative!Before you do, take a few minutes to read our three tips to ensure your project is successful. This is your chance to learn from the elearning pros and avoid time-consuming mistakes. […]

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Christmas 2020

December 24, 2020

2020 has been a difficult year. But this Christmas marks the end of 2020 and the start of a new year! With that in mind, we wish you all a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year, from all of us at LMP. Stay safe.

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Training Journal Awards 2019

December 12, 2019

We are thrilled to announce that our project with the National Autistic Society was awarded the top prize at the 2019 Training Journal Awards in the Best Public Service/Not-for-Profit Programme category.The Training Journal Awards ‘recognise the ingenuity, creativity, passion and hard work of learning and development professionals from around the world.’ When awarding National Autistic Society […]

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