Storyline Projects

Drag & Drop

What better way to showcase a drag & drop interaction than by pairing it with something you love? This 1-slide interaction utilizes drag/drop, a score variable, LOTS of layers and triggers, and lets the learner have fun along the way! More fun if you’re an ATLA fan!


Another common interaction I see a lot are tabbed interactions. So I asked myself, “What do I LOVE that lends itself to something like this?” And with a little brainstorming, I found a good match to go along with my five tabs. Another great learning experience!


I’m always want to dive deeper into Storyline. It’s such a robust tool! Accompany me on my\ journey as I build, discover, and create w/Storyline!



In this tutorial, we’re exploring the wonders of the “Clip Speed” feature in Camtasia, showing you how to create high-speed action or slow-motion drama with ease.

Zoom and

In this tutorial, we’re exploring the wonders of the “Clip Speed” feature in Camtasia, showing you how to create high-speed action or slow-motion drama with ease.


I love Camtasia. Like, a lot. So much, that I regularly put out tutorials on YouTube whenever I think of something I want to share with the world.

Tutorial Development

Reshaping a

Part of the CSUB Tip of the Week series. This is a quick screencast created from what was once a document showing faculty how to implement Class Climate into their Canvas courses for easy student feedback.

Screencast as
a Service

If your knowledge base is lacking… Or your users need some tutorials for your software… MittsTech has you covered. Here is the promo video I made for my main focus as an instructional designer: Screencasting as a Service!


An instructor wanted something to distribute to students to get them up and running with Zoom. With a little elbow grease, I created this for her to share with her class. It’s to the point, and gives them exactly what they need!

Multimedia Development

Drive Thru

I started a fun series for new voice actors called, Drive Thru VO. I’m a firm believer in micro-learning and edutainment, and this is my attempt at making that happen using Envato Elements, Camtasia, and my own VO skills. In this blog, you’ll find both the video and a BTS look into my process!

Tip of
the Week

My university puts out a “Tip Of the Week,” and [yours truly] does the voiceover and video. Here is an example of using Ally, the accessibility checker, in the LMS. I try to keep in mind that shorter is often better for these types of tutorials. Contact me if this style of video can help YOUR business!


The college needed a quick turnaround for this promo piece, but all they had was an idea and a loose script. I used Envato Elements stock footage & music inside of Camtasia to create a video for them to use on their site. And the voiceover was done by me in my home studio!


When all you get is a script and a few screenshots, what do you do? Animate the assets available in Camtasia! Also, pull in a few icons from Icon Monster! Reinventing the wheel is NOT always necessary to get a good, clean, and usable final product!



I continually spend/have spent many hours receiving VO coaching across genres from coaches who work in the VO industry. Give your learners the narration they deserve!


Having an ID that doubles as a voice artist (VA) is both convenient, time saving, and cost-effective! Ask about bundling VO with eLearning dev to reduce cost.


I have a StudioBricks One Plus VO Edition isolation booth, a TLM 103 microphone, and a MOTU M2 interface. All audio delivered will be mastered, so your files will be ready to use immediately.