Second only to tabs interactions, labeled graphics are one of the most used and most versatile click-and-reveal interactions you’ll find in e-learning. Labeled graphics are easily created in Rise 360 and in Storyline 360 by placing markers over an image and adding content to the marker pop-ups. Voila! Easy interaction in minutes.
Not only are labeled graphics a snap to add to your Articulate 360 projects, they’re super-versatile. They’re perfect for enticing learners to explore timelines, maps and floorplans, diagrams, org charts, screenshots, and so much more.
And here to prove our point are these seven superb labeled graphic examples—jam-packed with design inspiration and brought to you by the friendly, talented pros in the E-Learning Heroes community.
Check ’em out:
- Labeled graphics give you an easy way to group related multiple images and text on a single slide. Take a peek at this example about train stations in London by Sandra Caballer to see one way to do it.
- You’ll feel inspired to stretch out of your comfort zone with this beautiful and relaxing course by Preethi Ravisankar. It features eye-catching graphics with clickable markers highlighting basic yoga poses.
- Help learners get familiar with a new location like Ryan Valley-Kolbinson does with this digital site map.
- This gorgeous detailed virtual guidebook by Kimberly Eng will help you prepare for a future visit to the Brooklyn Botanic Garden.
- Use labeled markers in place of numbered steps like Karlis Sprogis does in this whimsical and modern example that’ll teach you how to make a killer cup of coffee.
- Calling all carnivores! Learn about the different cuts of meat available at this virtual butcher shop created by Veronica Budnikas.
- Follow the labeled graphic markers in this useful example by Esther Matthews for handy tips on improving your home’s energy efficiency.
Ready to try your hand at creating your own labeled graphic project? Join the E-Learning Challenge and share your work with the community. And if you’re craving more course design inspiration and tips head on over to the Building Better Courses forum.