Articulate Engage ’09: The Indezine Review

Created: Wednesday, October 8, 2008, posted by Geetesh Bajaj at 7:23 am



Explaining a concept, a process, or even showing a series of pictures can sometimes become so complicated — more because of what sort of computer program you do the explaining in! When you run across a scenario like that, you will find that Engage, a quick and easy-to-use program that lets you create “interactions” is just what you want!

What I like about Engage is that it does not try to do everything — it takes a simple approach of being a one-trick pony, and does that exceedingly well. The folks at Articulate, the company that creates Engage like to call anything you create within Enagage an “interaction” — think of these interactions as small brochure-like Flash movies with rich-media interactivity that can be embedded within presentations, e-learning content, and web sites.

Read the review here…

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