It can be a lot of fun to customize the basic elements of your course. You often learn something in the process, and learners appreciate your design flourishes. Course menus are one place where a little creativity goes a long way. Most folks expect a menu to be a clickable list of your course contents. When it’s a novel shape and functions differently than they’d expect—that can be a delightful experience!
The E-Learning Heroes community recently shared their radial navigation designs in an E-Learning Challenge. We’ve selected a couple of our favorite downloads to share with you here. Take a look!
- This circular menu by Paul Alders demonstrates the parts of a system and lets learners dig into each step.
- In this cool project by LJ Beaupre, learners choose their own onboarding adventure with game-like navigation.
- This animated circular menu by Allison Goldthorpe would look right at home in any modern course.
- Dan Graham’s download features a realistic dial style and bold images.
- This cool interaction by David Lindenberg allows you to change the hue of an image in your project.
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