My interview for the MADE podcast on branching scenarios: when to use them, challenges, tools, planning, and getting started.
The free open source tool Twine makes planning, writing, and creating branching scenarios easier. It’s a simple way to create prototypes.
Curated links on games built in Twine, storytelling, organization, useful tools, motivation, and transitioning from teaching to ID.
My first impressions of Twine 2.4.1, a major user interface change with some new features and improvements.
Curated links on UX, accessibility, branching scenarios, Twine, instructional design blogs, free/freemium tools, and systems thinking.
You can build Twine chatbots quickly using the Trialogue story format. Using CSS, you can improve the appearance.
Curated links on insights for L&D, Twine, games and branching scenarios, graphic design, and quality assurance for elearning.
Top posts of 2021 on Twine, branching scenarios, time estimates, portfolios, instructional design pay rates, and more.
Curated links on games for learning, video captions, and how to handle or make “pick your brain” requests.
Curated links on Twine, storytelling, branching scenarios, freelancing costs, resources for new IDs, and recorded conference sessions.