18 Interactive Coloring Book Examples for E-Learning #323

Interactive Coloring Book Examples RECAP #323: Challenge | Recap

This week's challenge asked course designers to share creative ways to create interactive coloring books. 

One thing I like about this week's topic is the different ways designers approached their examples.

Some examples use click-and-reveal actions to change multi-state objects. And other examples leverage variables to manage the custom state changes.

Either way, it's an excellent way to practice working with Storyline. Thanks so much to everyone who shared a demo or download this week.

Lindsay O'Neill

Lindsay O

Example | Download | Lindsay O'Neill

Jodi Sansone

Jodi Sansone

Example | Download | Jodi Sansone | @jodimsansone

Samanta Chittolina

Samanta Chittolina

Example | Samanta Chittolina

Vishal Mewada

Vishal Mewada

Example | Vishal Mewada

Maria Costa-Stienstra

Maria Costa-Stienstra

Example | Maria Costa-Stienstra

Kimberly Eng

Kimberly Eng

Example | Kimberly Eng | Website

 Kimberly Eng

Example | Kimberly Eng | Website

Laura Coulter

Laura Coulter

Example | Laura Coulter

Ang CM

Ang CM

Example | Ang CM

Jennifer Gupta

Jennifer Gupta

Example | Jennifer Gupta

Angela McGuigan

Angela McGuigan

Example | Angela McGuigan

Philippe Mekal

Philippe Mekal

Example | Philippe Mekal | Website

Rebecca Patterson

Rebecca Patterson

Example | Rebecca Patterson

Samara Reyneke

Samara Reyneke

Example | Samara Reyneke

Carrie Gauthier

Carrie Gauthier

Example | Carrie Gauthier

Erik Christenson

Erik Christenson

Example | Erik Christenson

Sherri Sagers

Sherri Sagers

Example | Sherri Sagers | Website

James Addoms

James Addoms

Example | Download | James Addoms | Website

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Share Your Interactive Coloring Examples!

The color book 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 Interactive Coloring Examples!