require editing and enhancing. They include lecture records, skills demonstrations, or screen records to show how to work in a certain program, such as Figma or Photoshop. You should make them laconic by cutting off all elements where no learning information is present to concentrate on practice, such as performing a particular action in the program or with the physical tool. Adobe Premier Pro or Sony Vegas Pro are examples of tools you’ll need, but for quick and non-complex edits, you can use free online/mobile tools like Adobe Express
includes tables, graphs, infographics, presentations, and 3D models. They are excellent for conveying information, as ordered visual data
are easier to comprehend. In most cases, PowerPoint/Google Slides will be enough, and you can use online tools Canvas and Figma to create more complex graphical objects, such as infographics.