In this week's challenge, course designers shared how they're using the latest updates in Articulate 360 to designing more engaging and accessible e-learning courses.
Looking for ideas to leverage Storyline 360's new background audio in your projects? Check out this engaging interaction from Samuel.
In this example, Thierry combines the latest additions to the Content Library characters roster with Storyline 360's background audio feature to create a fun interaction.
Looping background music, text-to-speech audio, and AI-generated content were used to create this fun branching scenario.
Check out Ghazi's creative approach to using background audio in this natural sciences interaction.
Fantastic example of Storyline 360's background audio combined with interactive audio toggle buttons.
Great use of Storyline 360's new accessible feedback layers, combined with the addition of ambient background audio.
Dive into this captivating video quiz that combines retro graphics and accessible video transcripts.
Carrie Susong Gurkin
Savor the harmonious fusion of Content Library's delightful illustrated characters and Storyline 360's background audio playlist in this delightful world food quiz. As an added treat, Carrie prepared an "off-menu" surprise by presenting her example in a circular menu interaction.
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The 2023 feature challenge is still open! If you have one or more ideas you'd like to share, please jump over to the original challenge and post your links in the comments section. I'll update this recap page to include your examples.