My portfolio – Craig Hadden

Welcome to my online portfolio. My name’s Craig Hadden, and on this page you’ll find links to several samples of my work:

  • An e-learning interaction
  • An e-book
  • A short blog post
  • A long blog post


E-learning interaction (branching scenario)

I created this branching scenario in Articulate Storyline.

The scenario had previously been part of a full-length e-learning course, which I originally developed in Articulate Presenter.



Initially, I wrote this e-book as a blog post for Citrix (who at the time owned presentation tools such as GotoMeeting and GotoWebinar).

Citrix then had my blog post professionally illustrated, translated, and published as an e-book in 5 languages:

  • English
  • French
  • German
  • Italian
  • Spanish


Blog post (short)

This short blog post contains only about 380 words, so just takes a couple of minutes to read.

It discusses the content of a 2-minute YouTube video, which I think shares a crucial message for training designers, video makers and public speakers.


Blog post (long)

This long blog post (sharing 10 tips for presenting online) contains about 2800 words, so takes around 10-15 minutes to read in full.

However, using best practice, it’s divided into 10 short topics, and has a hyperlinked table of contents at the top. So you can easily browse it in much less time – to find the content that’s most relevant to you.


Over to you

Thanks for visiting, and I hope you found something of interest here. If you’d like to learn more about me (or my blog on presentation skills), please see my About page.

Any comments or suggestions (or questions) are always welcome. You can reach me through my Contact me page (which also has links to my social media accounts).

What’s more, if you have your own online portfolio, by all means leave a link in the comment box below – I’d love to see it!

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