Due to popular demand, here are my authoring tool rankings #11 to #20 for February. Next update is in July.
Too many authoring tool vendors are forgetting that you are the customer and not them. They ignore Mac OS, Windows 8, support and trials. They ignore the fact that people want to know pricing up front. They still believe it is 2000 and you will want to chat. Guess what? They are wrong.
When you think of course authoring tools the biggest names come to mind – Articulate, Captive and Lectora. But just because they are well known doesn’t mean that they don’t have faults.
TechKnowledge 2012 offered a little something for everyone, with some cool products and equally lame products. Surprises abounded and yet, ASTD TK12 stil failed at a few levels, which was baffling, especially for the number of times this show has been offered.
The RCAT market is starting to really show their hand. While some features are becoming more and more common, others are slowly growing. Yet for all the wonderful capabilities, the market is still struggling with adding features that set them apart.
Adobe announced on Nov. 9, that it is ditching Flash for mobile devices and instead focusing on HTML5 development. This is the right move. For HTML5 fans, vindication. For Flash fans, shock. Isn’t life great?
DevLearn offered an opportunity to see where some vendors in the RCAT marketplace, perceived the market to be heading. It’s all about forecasting the market and for some, they were way off. Thankfully, there were many more, who weren’t.
There are 124 vendors in the content authoring tool market, and as such new trends are starting to appear.
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The LMS/LCMS/Learning Portal market continues to be strong. Make no mistake about it, the worry signs that the LMS is