Showing Conversations and Dialogue in E-Learning #105

Conversations and Dialogue RECAP #105: Challenge | Recap

In this week's challenge, designers shared creative ideas for depicting conversations and dialogue in e-learning courses. Examples included comic book designs, parallax effects, branching scenarios, and much more!

Special thanks and welcome to first-time challengers Dustin Gerlach and Stefanie Stephenst. Thanks for joining the challenges!

Nancy Woinoski

Nancy Woinoski

View demo |  Nancy Woinoski | Website | @pinchedhead

Alexander Salas

Alexander Salas

View demo | Alexander Salas | Website | @stylelearn

Nancy Woinoski

Nancy Woinoski

View demo |  Nancy Woinoski | Website | @pinchedhead

Linda Lorenzetti

Linda Lorenzetti

Learn more | Linda Lorenzetti | Website | @lindalor

 

Mark Bennett

Mark Bennett

View demo | Mark Bennett | Website

Tracy Carroll

Tracy Carroll

View demo | Learn more | Tracy Carroll | Website | @1tracycarroll

Jane Maduke

Jane Maduke

View demo | Learn more | Jane Maduke | Website

 

Jeff Kortenbosch

Jeff Kortenbosch

View demo | Jeff Kortenbosch | Website | @elearningjeff

Alexander Salas

Alexander Salas

View demo | Alexander Salas | Website | @stylelearn

 

Paul Alders

Paul Alders

View demo  | Paul Alders | Website | @paulalders

Matt Guyan

Matt Guyan

View demo | Matt Guyan | Website | @MattGuyan

Stefanie Stephenst

Stefanie Stephenst

View demo | Download | Stefanie Stephenst

 

Rachel Craig

Rachel Craig

View demo | Rachel Craig

Abu Maryam

Abu Maryam

View demo | Abu Maryam

Vidya Krishnan

Vidya Krishnan

View demo | Vidya Krishnan

 

Christy Tucker

Christy Tucker

View image | Learn more | Christy Tucker | Website | @christyatucker

 

Jackie Van Nice

Jackie Van Nice

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

 

Tracy Carroll

Tracy Carroll

View project | Tracy Carroll | Website | @1tracycarroll

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How Do You Show Conversations in E-Learning?

The conversations and dialogue 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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