Wow! This Articulate challenge is all about using animated gifs to discuss an e-Learning topic. Although I’ve seen these used on websites back in the 90’s, I’ve not used them much since that time but… it’s a challenge so it must be met.
Here we go.
It’s been a busy week and you just posted your late submission to the forums. Unfortunately, everyone else has moved on to the next challenge.
Then, David (Articulate’s Community Manager), finds your post and adds it to the Weekly Recap! Yea Baby!
The next day, while browsing the Articulate website, you see one of your submissions appear in the e-Learning Examples section of the Articulate website! Oh happy day!
A few days later, a new Articulate challenge comes out.
I got this! I know just what I’m going to do! I quickly brainstorm, design and upload my submission. Ahead of schedule this time!
But then, you discover that someone named Jackie has already uploaded her challenge submission.
You become suspicious… Perhaps this Jackie is not a real person? I mean, how can one person do so many challenges so quickly?
After doing some research on Google Maps, you discover Jackie’s office. It’s a “static looking place” but looks can be deceiving. To the uneducated, it looks like a burger joint but it’s really a front for her real business.
What’s her secret?
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During the day, her employees flip burgers but when the doors are closed, thousands of them become full time e-Learning designers who work around the clock to submit those amazing demos.
Why didn’t I think of that!