To upload your project for usability testing and for the showcase, you must create an Instructables account.
Visit www.instructables.com. In the upper right corner of the webpage, you will see Create an Account. Click this link and complete the registration process.
Step 1: Get Organized
Type your instructions, broken into the relevant steps, in Microsoft Word.
The first "step" includes an intro "step," so you enter content on two steps, but they are presented in the final product as one page. You get two "main" images, one that should represent the title of your project and one that represents the action of step one.
Step 2: Upload Images
Upload all of your screen shots at once. It will streamline the editing process later. Name screenshots the same as the step title where you plan to use it. My image for this step, for example, is titled Upload Images.
You get one "main" image per step, which can be embedded in text. Think carefully about how you want to use it. The other images are smaller and line up at the bottom of your text. The smaller images could be a series of screenshots documenting several actions included in the step.
To highlight information in your image by clicking on the image and dragging a box. A text box will pop up and you can enter text if you like.
Step 3: Be Consistent in Language
Notice my title for this step. The "B" is capitalized but nothing else is. Click back to step one. What does my title look like? You want all of your step titles to have a consistent from. Start all your steps with a verb or a noun, but don't switch back and forth. Likewise for capitalization; I should have titled this step Be Consistent in Language. If you choose to use title case, the only words you do not make capital are articles.