Great for new starters, good for small groups, may not be the best for huge implementations
Piotr Peszko | TrustRadius Reviewer
March 07, 2017

Great for new starters, good for small groups, may not be the best for huge implementations

Score 9 out of 10
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Overall Satisfaction with Articulate 360

I work as a consultant, e-learning designer, and developer. I am using this in my own teaching in the classroom or online. From my perspective, Articulate is very simple to implement in new organizations that have never worked with any authoring tool. It is so similar to Microsoft PowerPoint that after you explain what the timeline is and how it works people can easily do the development.
  • Delivering interactive courses that are far beyond click next only.
  • I love the capability of publishing right from the tool to the cloud. It is the best tool ever if you work as a freelance e-learning developer.
  • It is easy to implement and tons of examples online get you started in hours not days or weeks.
  • I think that importing from PowerPoint can be better.
  • Advanced programming is not something that you can do easily. You just need to click a lot.
  • I'd love to see better support for mobile applications right from the start.
  • It is extremely easy to implement.
  • It is a standard tool so it is not so difficult to find developers.
  • It starts to become an industry standard.
I think that Articulate made a huge leap jump forward releasing the 360 package. It is much better as a suite, and cheaper compared to Adobe eLearning or CC package. From my perspective, it is much better for small (up to 10) groups of developers and initial phases of e-learning implementation. From my experience when it goes to advanced programming in courses shared actions in Adobe Captivate wins.
It is the perfect tool when you want to implement this. Let me give you an example: You have the company that has technical folks, and capabilities of teaching in the classroom. Then you take this tool, spend a day in the classroom and that's it. People that previously used PowerPoint will just pick up and start developing.