Glassmorphism is a popular design trend that gives the impression of frosted glass. This effect is created by layering gradient or blurred backgrounds with semi-transparent shapes and panels. E-learning designers can use the glassmorphism effect to bring depth to their slide designs. It can also help in creating projects that are modern, trendy, and eye-catching. Check out these five examples created by the skillful members of the E-Learning Heroes community for some super-chill implementations.
Take a look!
- See how Madison McCartney beautifully transformed a Content Library 360 template into this stunning glassmorphism introduction slide example.
- Use vivid background colors and translucent objects to bring bright energy to your content like Kimberly Eng does in this course about growing vegetables.
- Create a frosted-glass effect to make text stand out against a detailed background like Morten Holdt does in this course on cyber awareness.
- This beautifully designed physics example by Seth Cole subtly uses a multilayered approach to keep content clean and simple.
- Calling all plant lovers! Check out this gorgeous use of the glassmorphism effect in this plant guide by Karlis Sprogis.
We hope you enjoyed seeing this trendy design effect in action. If you’re feeling inspired to create your own glassmorphism project, we’d love to see it! Join the E-Learning Challenge and share your work. And you’ll definitely want to stop by the Building Better Courses forum to connect, learn, and grow your e-learning development skills. Enjoy!