One neat thing about Storyline is the ease of transforming static content into something more interactive. For example, you can add sliders in just a few clicks—and customize them to help learners understand step-by-step processes, relationships between different factors, and more.
We’ve rounded up four examples of sliders that help learners understand complex info—simply and beautifully. Take a look:
- Create a budget that works for you by adjusting the allocation of your spending with this multi-slider demo created by Dan Graham. It shows how you can connect sliders to create a rich, complex simulator. And grab the free download to peek under the hood and see how it was created.
- Did you know that monarch butterflies have an incredible life cycle—beginning life as a caterpillar and transforming into a butterfly? See how each stage relates to the next in this life cycle slider in Jodi Sansone’s demo. Grab the .STORY file to experiment with this slider yourself.
- Try a slider interaction when you want to break processes into manageable chunks. This demo by Dana Kocalis helps learners brew the perfect mug of green tea by demonstrating the process one step at a time.
- See how different aspects of an organization’s culture impact employee engagement in this slider created by Trina Rimmer, and then fire up Storyline to try working with the files for this project.
If you’re loving what you see here, find even more slider examples and share your own in this E-Learning Challenge. And get pro tips on working with sliders in this guide. If you’d like to try your hand at creating e-learning with sliders, but you don’t have Storyline yet, no problem. Start a free 60-day trial, and check out this tutorial for a helpful guide to creating your first slider interaction.