Interactive Org Charts in E-Learning

Interactive Org Charts Recap #43: Challenge | Recap

Wow! What a great week of interactive org charts! Hands down, one of our best challenges ever!

First, a big thanks to first-time challengers Louisa, Josh, Nick, Ellen, DarlesaFarrah, Mel, Jennifer, and Justine! We’re so glad you’re here!

This week’s recap features interactive org charts, meet the team, who’s who, and other creative (and surprising) ideas for introducing people in e-learning.

New to the Challenges?

The weekly challenges are ongoing opportunities to learn, share, and build your e-learning portfolios. You can jump into any or all of the previous challenges anytime you want. I’ll update the recap posts to include your demos.

If you have a blog, please consider writing about your challenges. We’ll link back to your posts so the great work you’re sharing gets even more exposure. And if you tweet your projects, try using #ELHChallenge so we can track the cool demos you share.

Thanks, E-Learning Heroes! You folks do awesome work!

Louisa Fricker

Louisa kicked off the week’s challenge with a interactive org chart. Later, she shared a version of Meet the Team. She wasn’t finished. Inspired by Tim’s blurred background demo, Louisa came back with her own version. Thanks so much, Louisa!

View demo | Louisa Fricker | @LouisaFx

View demo | Louisa Fricker | @LouisaFx

View demo | Louisa Fricker | @LouisaFx

David Glow

David shared a creative org chart featuring a clean and flat design theme.

View demo | David Glow | @CriticalLearner

Tim Slade

Tim went all out this week by sharing a free Storyline template for his interactive org chart. You’ll want to check out Tim’s blog post and time-lapse video to learn more about this awesome project.

View demo | Tim Slade | Learn more | YouTube | @sladetim

Montse Anderson

Montse shared three creative examples for introducing key players in the organization.

View demo | Montse Anderson | Website | @mLearning

View demo | Montse Anderson | Website | @mLearning

View demo | Montse Anderson | Website | @mLearning

Jeff Kortenbosch

Jeff shared a top-down perspective with his interactive org chart. Be sure to check out Jeff’s blog post and time-lapse video to learn how he pulled this project together. Thanks, Jeff!

View demo | YouTube | Jeff Kortenbosch | Website | @elearningjeff

View demo | Jeff Kortenbosch | Website | @elearningjeff

Nicole Legault

Nicole channeled some Office Space to create her interactive org chart.

View demo | Nicole Legault | @nicole_legault

Matt Guyan

Matt sported a trading cards theme to introduce corporate rugby players. Very cool, Matt!

View demo | Matt Guyan | Website | @MattGuyan

Melissa Milloway

Melissa kicked things into high gear by sharing two creative examples for introducing key players. Lots of inspiration in these two demos!

View demo | Melissa Milloway | Website | @MelMilloway

View demo | Melissa Milloway | Website | @MelMilloway

Darlesa Cahoon

Darlesa shared a creative idea for working with illustrated characters. I might have to find a way to make this idea into its own challenge. Great demo, Darlesa!

View demo | Darlesa Cahoon | Website

Josh Stoner

It’s a jungle out there! What better way to tame office craziness than getting to know the animals? Great demo, Josh. Hope to see more of your in future challenges.

View demo | Josh Stoner | @joshuastoner

Nick Leffler

Nick jumped into his first challenge by sharing his version of interactive org charts and a free Storyline template. Thanks, Nick!

View demo | Download | Nick Leffler | Website | @technkl

Lance Treloar

Lance shared a practical solution for managing large org charts. Great solution for something you can use in just about any org chart project. Thanks, Lance! 

View demo | Lance Treloar | @lancetre

Daniel Adeboye

Daniel used PowerPoint to create his well-designed org chart. Check out Daniel’s blog post to learn more about his project and download the free PowerPoint template. Thanks, Daniel!

View demo | Learn more | Download | Daniel Adeboye | Website

Tracy Parish

Cool twist on this week’s challenge by using a seating chart example. Great job with the interactive elements for each sections. Check out Tracy’s blog post to learn more about her project and Atsumi’s fashion makeover.

View demo | Learn more | Tracy Parish | @TracyParish

Dianne Hope

Dianne always shares such creative ideas and this week was no exception. Using a common photography shot, Dianne shared a fun way to introduce each team member. Check out Dianne’s blog post to learn more about her project!

View demo |  Dianne Hope | @DianneHope | Learn more

Ellen Katz

Ellen jumped into her first challenge with a clean and practical solution for interactive org charts. Welcome and great job, Ellen. Really hope to see you in future challenges.

View demo | Ellen Katz

Allison Nederveld

Great use of slide layers in this animated meet the authors demo. Well done, Allison!

View demo | Learn more | Allison Nederveld | @abnederveld

Dan Sweigert

Dan proved he knows e-learning like the back of his hand in this hand-crafted org chart. For a first-hand account of how this came together, check out Dan’s blog post.

View demo | View demo | Dan Sweigert | @elearningwdan

Paul Alders

Paul took a scenario-based approach to his creative org chart demo. Featuring 3D backgrounds and interactive conversations, this is a must-see project. Thanks, Paul!

View demo  | Paul Alders | Website | @paulalders

Cary Glenn

Get to know who reports to Who in this sci-fi theme interaction. I love seeing Dr. Who brought into the challenges. We might need to find a way to make a full challenge around this. Thanks, Cary!

View demo | Cary Glenn | @glenncary

Nick Russell

Meet the family of beers in this animated org chart by community member Nick Russell. Nick always finds a unique "twist" on things and this project has plenty of twisting!

View demo | Nick Russell | Benchmark English

Jackie Van Nice

Jackie shared an entertaining twist on “meet the team” by categorizing one’s job by level of importance. Thanks, Jackie!

View demo | Learn more | Jackie Van Nice | @JackieTrains

Farrah Faruqul

Farrah joined her first challenge with this creative family tree activity designed for little kids. Great concept, Farrah!

View demo | Farrah Faruqul

Richard Watson

Lots of cool ideas in Richard's org chart like the silhouette effect and drag-drop test mode. Check out Richard's blog post to learn more about his project. Great job, Richard!

View demo | Learn more | Richard Watson | @rwatsonID

View demo | Learn more | Richard Watson | @rwatsonID

Sophia Xu

Nice use of variables for navigation in this branching org chart.

View demo | Sophia Xu

Bruce Graham

Meet the international team and learn about their operations in this icon-based, interactive map.

View demo | Bruce Graham | Website | @brucuk

Mel Gordon

Meet your e-learning team in this interactive org chart by Mel Gordon.

View demo | Mel Gordon

Jennifer Jakob

Meet your superhero in this comic-themed org chart by Jennifer Jakob.

View demo | Jennifer Jakob | Website

Justine Swain

Come meet your new department in this branching org chart by first-time challenger Justine Swain.

View demo | Justine Swain

Cecilia Bernal

Cecilia shared a detailed and thoughtful summary of this week’s challenge entries. Thanks again for inspiring this week’s challenge, Cecelia!

View demo | Learn more | Cecilia Bernal | @intexpliki

Robbie Chui

Interactive office sliders let you meet your new team and view interior and exterior views of your new home away from home.

Meet Your Team

View Demo | Robbie Chui | Website | @RobbieChui

Bonita Hayes

Bonita Hayes

View demo | Bonita Hayes | @bonitahayes1

Simon Blair

Simon Blair

View demo | Download | Learn more | Simon Blair | @SimonBlairTrain

Allison LaMotte

Allison LaMotte

View demo | Download | Allison LaMotte | @articulate_fr

Ant Pugh

Ant Pugh

View demo | Learn more | Ant Pugh | Website | @antpugh

Nick Russell

Nick Russell

View demo | Nick Russell | Website

Ashi Tandon

Ashi Tandon

View project | Ashi Tandon | Website | @ashi_tandon

New to the E-Learning Challenges?

The weekly challenges are ongoing opportunities to learn, share, and build your e-learning portfolios. You can jump into any or all of the previous challenges anytime you want. I’ll update the recap posts to include your demos.

If you have a blog, please consider writing about your challenges. We’ll link back to your posts so the great work you’re sharing gets even more exposure.

If you share your demos on Twitter, try using #ELHChallenge so your tweeps can track your e-learning coolness.

Share Your Interactive Org Chart Examples!

The interactive org chart 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.

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