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Hey @Andrew_Edwards, It's great to hear that these feedback threads have been helpful to you (and I'm sure to others as well). So thanks for pinging!
I just posted a free course titled, "Let's Break Stuff: Coding for Beginners with HTML5 and CSS3"
Do you guys have any feedback about the course graphics, content, teaching formats, etc?
Samir, I cannot comment on the audio as I have a hearing disability - so I used the Closed Captions (CC) feature to watch it. The visual images are clear, but occasionally the text of the CC did not make sense (or appeared to be misspellings). I know this won't matter to most of your student attendees, but if the reader needs to use the CC for clarity ... then the CC text may need to be reviewed before the final launch. Especially if the topic is to be used in a corporate audience.
I would start maybe with a little bit of information about the objective of the course if this is the first video of the course - what are the benefits to buyers ...
Also, I would definitely accelerate the delivery! People can read your slides so they get bored if you move on too slowly.
Thanks a lot for your previous feedback.
The expert says they noticed black bars on the upper and lower sides throughout the video. There were no problems with audio and delivery.
So I am resending another video to them. Please feedback if there is the same problem in this new video.
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