If you haven’t heard, Articulate360 is out and with it the new Storyline360- SL360. Storyline2-SL2 gave us Sliders for great interactions and SL360 bring Dials! Dials allow for many interaction design concepts where we can have users turning dials or knobs between zero to 180 and 360 degrees. However, just as we were able to […]
Mass shootings are a sad reality of our times and can happen to anyone, anywhere. Recently, active shooter courses have become a staple of compliance training for many companies. Last year, I designed an active shooter elearning course which was my submission for LSDemoFest at LSCON16. Even though it was not a winner, the feedback given […]
Time is the only commodity we can’t buy, we can only use it or it’s gone. When I’m not defeating elearning evil (that is, preventing ineffective and\or boring learning from happening) I usually develop learning solutions for call center personnel. So, what’s so relevant about that? Well, call center professionals have everything “timed” on their schedules. Therefore, […]
I always enjoy a good ELH Challenge and this week’s challenge #97 offers some great creative concepts for interactive buttons. My submission concept can be described as an animated switch. The interaction happens when the user clicks a round button; then, the button switches from one side of the screen to another on a “U” […]
ZOOMING AND PANNING BEFORE AFTER LAYERED COMPOSITION Original Image Layered Pieces Here you see all elements of the original image isolated except for the background. After The result is a 5 second introduction sequence that shows movement of what seem to be a still image.
One of Articulate Storyline2’s feature is the slider interaction. The slider is a powerful interaction because you can give the learner real-time outcomes based on the position (step) he or she drags the slider button to. Although you can simulate slider interactions in other authoring tools (usually installing external widgets), nothing compares to the ease-of-use […]
Building the bow and arrow The first step to build your bow and arrow is to draw them in PowerPoint. You would start by opening PowerPoint and inserting the “Right Brace” shape on the right. The shape’s points must be edited so you can make it resemble the curves of a bow. This is not […]