It’s time to put on your party hats for a little anniversary celebration. That’s because the end of August marks our seventh year of weekly e-learning challenges. That’s seven years of showcasing your work, networking with other e-learning pros, and building amazing e-learning portfolios. In fact, we’ve received more than 8,000 entries from 1500+ e-learning pros over the years. That’s a whole lotta e-learning awesomeness!
We thought it might be fun to celebrate the 7th Annual Challengeversary by taking a little trip down memory lane. In this roundup, we’re counting down the top five most popular e-learning challenges of all time. These challenges not only sparked your creativity, but led to some extraordinary e-learning examples from our talented and generous community members.
#5 Eclectic E-Learning Portfolios
- This ultramodern e-learning portfolio by Poul Myrner is eye-catching without being distracting.
- Get potential clients to engage with your work with smart storytelling like Laurie Foberg does in this scrolling e-learning portfolio example.
#4 Image Galleries That Wow
- Showcase geographical images like Mark Bennett does in this visually stunning image gallery example.
- Look to this well-organized image gallery template by Montse Anderson if you need a creative way to help remote employees meet their team.
#3 Imaginative Interactive Sliders
- Capture the perfect panoramic shot with this interactive 3D slider by Charles Hamper, perfect for helping learners explore multidimensional objects.
- This timeline slider example by Rachel Craig shares event-ordered information in a structured way.
#2 Creative Custom Navigation Menus
- This tabbed custom navigation example by Sepideh Gorjizadeh is perfect for science-based e-learning.
- Keep learners interested with this art-inspired graffiti-style custom navigation menu by Nancy Woinoski.
#1 Presentation Cover Slides That Pop
- Instantly grab the attention of your audience with this captivating and contemporary presentation cover slide by Richard Hill.
- Easily transition from your introduction to the main content with this dashing and bright presentation cover slide by Phil Mayor.
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We love seeing your work! Thank you for sharing your projects and participating in the challenges. Here’s to seven more years of e-learning design inspiration!
The fun doesn’t stop here—browse through even more E-Learning Challenges and submit your work. And don’t forget to visit the Building Better Courses forum to give and get help, advice, and course design inspiration from fellow e-learning developers.