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Hello everyone,
the courses that I make for my company have to be tightly the same as for the style, layout, image, navigation, etc.. After a year and a half in which I have always used the same solutions, varying only the arguments, I decided that I've had enough and I'm trying something different on the menu screen.

This
is the first result. What do you think about it?
What techniques you usually use?

2 Replies
Nicole Maves

Gabriele this looks really nice! Here is some feedback.

Initially the zoom seems to focus on the framed picture at the left, but then it very quickly moves away and focuses on the laptop. Is the framed picture important? Would you maybe want to pause for a moment on the framed picture so the audience can read what it says and then move the focus to the laptop?

At about the 10-second mark in the screencast, a monitor comes on screen, then disappears, then a different monitor comes on screen with an animation. Maybe remove the animated one, and make the transition simpler?

I really like the menu options on the left where you show the green highlighting, and the mouse buttons too.

What is the arrow for at the end? It points to the top of the screen. Is it pointing to something on the player toolbar?

Gabriele Dovis (italgo)

Nicole Maves said:

Gabriele this looks really nice! Here is some feedback.

 Initially the zoom seems to focus on the framed picture at the left, but then it very quickly moves away and focuses on the laptop. Is the framed picture important? Would you maybe want to pause for a moment on the framed picture so the audience can read what it says and then move the focus to the laptop?

At about the 10-second mark in the screencast, a monitor comes on screen, then disappears, then a different monitor comes on screen with an animation. Maybe remove the animated one, and make the transition simpler?

I really like the menu options on the left where you show the green highlighting, and the mouse buttons too.

What is the arrow for at the end? It points to the top of the screen. Is it pointing to something on the player toolbar?


Hi Nicole, thank you for your suggestions!

Yes, the zoom on the frame is something I wanted, because that is the corporate logo.

About the first monitor, it is a slide that I still have to build! But yes, in that context sounds wrong..

I really like the green highlights too, thank you! :)

The arrow at the end points to some engage interactions published into the player template, such as glossary, FAQ, etc., plus attachments.
So, the arrow has the role of showing that buttons to the students and the slide of showing the button's contents.