Re: nonlinear presentation software

Subject: Re: nonlinear presentation software
From: "Gregory Sweet" <Gsweet -at- cdphp -dot- com>
To: "TECHWR-L" <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- raycomm -dot- com>
Date: Thu, 17 Oct 2002 08:45:05 -0400


I'll go in a completely differnet direction here--while I agree that you MUST storyboard out the presentation so you can figure out what the multiple paths will be--I recommend you take a look at Macromedia's Authorware <>. It's an icon-based authoring tool for creating stand-alone CBT. It will make creating your multiple paths a snap. It includes decision structure, page tracking and many more powerful fetures.

I'll admit that there is a learning curve for Authorware, but the developer community is top-notch. The Aware newsgroup is like having 300 developers setting next to you wanting for you to ask questions.

If I had to come up with the type of presentation you've describe I'd definitely use Aware. But then again, it's the tool I know and love.


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...I've been asked to find a software tool that will create "nonlinear" presentations....

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