If you are actively involved in the elearning industry then you have undoubtedly heard about the two major players when it comes to rapid elearning development: Articulate and Adobe Captivate.
These two juggernauts are pretty much household names in this field.
When one makes an important update, the other follows with updates of their own.
It can all get kind of… “noisy”, and among that noise there are some other solutions available. Some really good options.
One of those options is iSpring
iSpring Has a Cult Following
Normally cults are a bad thing, but in the case of iSpring it means that they have very passionate and loyal customers, so iSpring must be doing something right.
Now I’ll admit that most of my experience in elearning tools like these are with the two major players I mentioned previously. However, I have had the opportunity to download and use iSpring.
It’s pretty slick.
If you have had any experience with Articulate products then you’ll find the transition to iSpring pretty intuitive as their offering leverages PowerPoint similar to Articulate Studio.
While certainly this makes for a familiar user experience, it may also be one reason you choose not to use iSpring. Some elearning professionals loathe the PowerPoint experience when creating their courses. It’s a matter of taste.
I could go on about the various features but it’s probably best if you just visit their feature page.
For the sake of convenience, I’ve included their overview video below to watch if you’re interested.
And in case you were wondering – YES, you can use LearnDash with iSpring 😉