Go Vertical! E-Learning Examples Designed with Portrait Orientation #160

Vertical Layouts in E-Learning RECAP #160: Challenge | Recap

This week's challenge asked course designers to create slides that are inspired by a vertical orientation. Designers shared content slides, quizzes, basic interactions and more, all with a tall look. 

Noura Sa'd

Noura Sa

View project (Portrait) | View project (Landscape) | Noura Sa'd

Alexander Salas

Alexander Salas

View project | Alexander Salas | Website | @stylelearn

Richard Hill

Richard Hill

View project | Richard Hill | Website

Kathy Crawford

Kathy Crawford

View project | Kathy Crawford | Website

Valerie Fry

Valerie Fry

View project | Valerie Fry | Website

Nicholas Soldatenko

Nicholas Soldatenko

View project | Nicholas Soldatenko | Website | @elearncompany

Pixentia Team

Pixentia Team

View project | Learn more | Pixentia Team | Website | @pixentia

Maggie Cowan

Maggie Cowan

View project | Maggie Cowan

Rashida Atkins

Rashida Atkins

View project (Portrait) | View project (Landscape) | Rashida Atkins

Linda Lorenzetti

Linda Lorenzetti

View project (Portrait) | View project (Landscape) | Rashida Atkins | Linda Lorenzetti | Website | @lindalor

Nick Shelton

Nick Shelton

View project | Nick Shelton | Website | @Nick_Shelton

Richard Watson

Richard Watson

View project | Learn more | Richard Watson | Website | @rwatsonID

Ashi Tandon

Ashi Tandon

View project: Landscape | Portrait | Ashi Tandon | Website | @ashi_tandon

Aman Vohra

Aman Vohra

View project | Learn more | Aman Vohra | Website

Allison Goldthorpe

Allison Goldthorpe

View project: Portrait | Landscape | Learn more & download | Allison Goldthorpe | @AGoldthorpeID

Julie Franke

Julie Franke

View project | Julie Franke | Website

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Share Your Portrait Layouts for E-Learning!

The portrait 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.

Share Your Portrait Layouts for E-Learning!