When you need to fit a lot of content neatly onto one slide, build a tabs interaction. This interaction type gives you lots of room for important information. And it makes what would otherwise be static material a bit more engaging.
Tabs interactions are especially helpful for sections of your course that contain subtopics around a single theme. Learners can flip back and forth between tabs to read and reread your content without losing helpful context.
Tabs interactions are very straightforward, and there’s lots you can do to make them stylish and fun. The E-Learning Heroes Community is a great source of tabs template examples and downloads. Here are a few we’ve enjoyed recently:
- This simple tabs template download by David Lindenberg is easy to customize and use in any type of project.
- Gorgeous pastel colors and fun icons make this tabs interaction by Ashi Tandon perfect for a casual course.
- Montse Anderson uses icons from Content Library to create a clickable city skyline in this unique download.
- In another creative use of Content Library assets, David Lindenberg provides a tabs template download for introducing your team.
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