Interactive Office Activities Using Top View Perspective #168
Interactive Offices and Floor Plans #168: Challenge | Recap
With the overhead office perspective, you orient learners with a bird’s-eye view of a location, then let them drill down into the details of a particular location. They’re a great way to build scenarios, click-and-reveal interactions, virtual tours, and more.
Building Your Own Top View Office Graphics
Here’s a good example of a scenario-based course that uses the overhead office perspective. Learners can move about the office and interview different employees to determine their threat levels.
Click here to view the interactive office article and tutorials
Overhead Office Interaction
This is a good example of a click-and-reveal interaction with a top-view perspective. Learners can take a virtual tour of the office by clicking any of the office locations.
Click here to view and download the office floor interaction
Challenge of the Week
This week, your challenge is to create a template or interaction using the overhead or top-view perspective.
You can build your own graphics or use a stock photo or illustration as the starting point for your interaction.
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Last Week’s Challenge:
Before you lay the foundation for this week’s office challenge, check out the animated rotoscoping examples your fellow community members shared over the past week:
Rotoscoping Animation in E-Learning RECAP #167: Challenge | Recap
Wishing you a great week, E-Learning Heroes!
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