Meet the Team and Interactive Org Charts in E-Learning (2019) #244

Interactive Org Charts in E-Learning #244: Challenge | Recap

As course designers, you’ve likely created a course or two (or more) that introduced learners to key people in your organization. Typical content includes topics like organizational structure, position rankings, leadership bios, and general contact information. New Hire 101, right?

Org charts, family trees, and meet the team interactions are essentially the same design. They show organizational structure and the relationships of people and positions. And showing who’s who in an organization is what this week’s challenge is all about!

Challenge of the Week

This week, your challenge is to design an interactive graphic to introduce an organization’s team members or key players.

You can focus on corporate teams, sports teams, or something more playful like comic book characters.

Interaction ideas:

  • Meet the Team
  • Who's Who
  • Family Tree
  • Organization Charts

Last Week’s Challenge:

Before you organize your designs for this week’s challenge, check out the advanced gaming examples your fellow challengers shared over the past week:

Connect Four E-Learning Games #243

Connect Four E-Learning Games #243: Challenge | Recap

Wishing you a great week, E-Learning Heroes!

New to the E-Learning Challenges?

The weekly e-learning 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.

Susan Schleef
Susan Schleef
Susan Schleef

Nicely done! And very funny people in that neighbor house ;-) I know what you mean about PowerPoint. I consider myself an expert too and it did seem to make some of the tasks in Storyline a lot easier to learn. … but then other things were more challenging, especially when I had trouble finding any instruction about some of it. I've been working with Storyline for about 9 months now and I'm still learning new stuff, though the basic tasks go much faster for me now. I also would caution about relying on YouTube videos for your Storyline learning. I had sent my coworker a link to an eLearning Heroes webinar about variables. Instead of using that, he did a Google search and followed someone's YouTube video. He thought he had the navigation routine working correctly. But when I... Expand

Bailey Kramp
Holley Berley
Susan Schleef
Tracy Carroll
Kevin Merendino

Hello, A little bit late submitting something for this challenge but I'd thought I'd have fun and do a "Meet the Monsters of Universal" side scrolling game where you are introduced to each monster and then have to choose a way in which to "slay" each one. Not much of an org chart or now sure if this would count for this challenge but I wanted to experiment with side scrolling in SL and overall am surprised at the effect. The only thing is that the user can still drag the background with the mouse and still trying to figure out how to prevent that so just be careful when you are clicking on the arrows for now :) Let me know what everyone thinks and like always feedback is much appreciated! file:///C:/Users/merendik/Documents/My%20Articulate%20Projects/Monster%20Team%20-%20Storyline... Expand