eLearning Mini-Scenario

In a previous post, I talked about using conversations in eLearning and showed some techniques for rapid conversation building. In this post, I’ll take it one step further and show you how a fleshed out conversation can become a mini-scenario. These mini-scenarios put an issue into context and encourage your learners to think about how […] Read More

6 eLearning Intro Screen Ideas

eLearning Intro Screens - How to Build

You only have one chance to make a first impression. That’s why the intro, or “splash” screen, is arguably the most important slide in your eLearning course. While it doesn’t change performance, it does set the tone for the learner’s experience. “Does this course look like it is well designed or just thrown together?” The […] Read More

eLearning Conversation

If you look closely, you’ll notice that content is delivered through conversations in many types of media… in movies, TV shows, interviews, commercials, and more. Part of the beauty of conversations is that the content is delivered and you aren’t even aware of it. In this post I’ll outline some best uses of conversations to […] Read More


When I work with display board eLearning templates, the image of the display board is only one part of the design. You’re probably used to seeing images like this (you don't need to read the content, it's just a placeholder): …which is fine. But when I use display boards in my eLearning courses, the image […] Read More

Add Contrast for Emphasis


Hello there! It's Art again - E-Learning Art - bringing you another lesson to enhance your e-learning scenarios. In my last post, I talked about facial expressions and provided a lesson on how you could add that effect into your own training. One of the greatest advantages of building your scenarios with elearning characters and […] Read More


Hello there! Ready for lesson 4? You know, it amazes me how humans can instantly process facial expressions and body language. Take a look at these images below and think about the message each conveys to you: We see surprise, frustration, confusion, and thoughtfulness. That humans can recognize and quickly process facial expressions creates an […] Read More


Hi! Art here, ready to give Lesson Three. If you look at the following images, you might wonder how the heck you can use them: The shot of Lisa from behind her chair seems really random, right? And a hand cutout doesn't seem particularly useful when shown alone, right? Actually, using images like these enable you […] Read More

Build e-Learning scenes in minutes

Hey! It's Art again - E-Learning Art. I'm back with Lesson Two. After going through this lesson, you should be able to create a custom scene in minutes. Do it faster than I did and I'll send you some additional free images! In Lesson One, I showed you that PNG image files are perfect for […] Read More

Save time with e-Learning Images

Hi there! My name is Art. E-Learning Art, to be specific. I'm here to provide short, fun lessons that will help you save time, reduce cost, and improve learning. By now, you should have had a chance to download your free E-Learning Art  demo pack. If not, I have provided  instructions at the bottom of this […] Read More