Instructional Designer

Category: apps and websites

by jennifergupta / on 1 December, 2021


We use a lot of computer generated voices for our courses at work through Storyline. They are quick and efficient. The quality isn’t too bad, and as we make changes to the courses weekly, they are easy to update. We don’t have to get
by jennifergupta / on 15 November, 2021

I’m obsessed with MetaHuman Creator

I am truly obsessed with the MetaHuman Creator, and spend way too many hours creating digital people to play with! Their facial rigging is astounding – in the short clip below – I created a version of the Pia character (MyPia) and video’d the
by jennifergupta / on 15 October, 2021

Educational AI?

As nice as the software is to animate people and scenes, there is still a lot of extra coding that has to go on behind the scenes. I cannot have an unscripted conversation with my digital person. I cannot see them move or interact
by jennifergupta / on 13 June, 2021

Vyond for Baggin Meals

My E-learning for Baggin Meals is complete and now located in my projects section! I am very proud of this E-Learning, as I feel like it came together so wonderfully! To cap it off, I created this Vyond video, which I feel like introduces
by jennifergupta / on 25 May, 2021

Designing for Accessibility: Colorblindness

Too many people are scared of using color in their E-Learning for fear of not being accessible to people who are colorblind. Take red for example. It can be a scary color to use. The color red symbolizes danger, blood, and anger. However, it
by jennifergupta / on 8 May, 2021

Playing around with Landbot

I was curious to see what I could do with a chat app, and decided to check out Landbot. It’s a neat little application that allows you to create a chat feature on your website. I decided to try it out to create a
by jennifergupta / on 14 April, 2021


All over LinkedIn there is this 7taps challenge. This web program called 7Taps is challenging everyone to create a micro-elearning course in 7 taps. Having a little extra time on my hands this week, I decided to do it, and see if the program
by jennifergupta / on 6 April, 2021

Glideapp & Chores

I’ve decided that I really like Glideapp. The functionality that it has is amazing. Could it be better? Sure, but is it powerful? You Betcha! With 4 of us in the house, keeping track of chores can be a challenge. My teenagers have outgrown
by jennifergupta / on 31 March, 2021

Playing around with Voki

So I needed a talking avatar for a quick project and decided to try out Voki. The service lets you choose from many avatars, and do voice overs. They have a wide variety of characters to choose from, and the service is really easy
by jennifergupta / on 13 March, 2021

Playing around with Glideapp

I love no code apps, and I’m always looking for new ones to play around with. I recently came across Glideapp, a no code way to create an app from a spreadsheet. I had a spreadsheet for my Baggin’ Meals website, and decided to