Demofest is back!

Demofest is back!

After an incredible event in 2018, the Omniplex eLearning Community is bringing back Demofest this month – and we’d love for you to join us on the 18th October at Hanbury Hall, London.

 

Why attend Demofest?

As eLearning developers, Demofest is fantastic to see how people have used Articulate software – and really pushed it to it’s limits.

One of our demonstrators from 2018 it up nicely:

“A lot of us [eLearning developers] work in environments where there are only one or two of us creating these materials so the opportunity to network and share ideas felt really valuable.”

 

How does it work?

At Omniplex, we have an abundance of ways we describe Demofest:

  • An exhibition
  • Networking event
  • And even… speed dating!

But simply put, we have up to ten developers on stations around a room. Each station has two screens, a laptop and a fantastic eLearning developer. Delegates then rotate around the room in groups, to check out the courses on show. All demonstrators are happy to answer any questions about the build, or design of the course.

 

Who will be there?

This year, we’re going to be joined by a really fantastic group of demonstrators, from the likes of the Royal Bank of Scotland, E-on, MSAB and more!

On top of that, you’ll have experts from Cursim, our learning services division – and some of our Omniplex China team!

 

Don’t take our word for it… here’s some of the feedback from Demofest 2018:

“It gave us a great opportunity to benchmark our own work, and to network with other Articulate users – both of which are really valuable.”

“Being able to see other practitioners sharing their work, ability to interact and ask questions, seeing more potential in using the Storyline products and realising how much having creative skills with graphics and animations can make a difference to your designs.”

“Having the opportunity to talk to other users of Articulate and see how they are using it”

 

So, what are you waiting for? Book your free ticket and join us at Hanbury Hall, London at 1pm on 18th October.