How do I submit a branching scenario template for the community to use?

Mar 22, 2017

I have both a PPT version and Articulate version of a complex branching scenario that I recently created for work based on Tom Kulhman's example he gave in an article on the topic.  There was a link to download the template he featured in his article explanation but the link no longer worked, so I just created my own based on his instructions and images in the article.

I have depended on these templates for a quick fix and I appreciate all the community members do to contribute to those of us who were just starting out.  Having been a taker of this freely given resource...I think it's only fair to give back.  This current project is my first stab at a complex branching scenario...so I hope it meets the standards of Tom and David. 

Most all photos used were public domain pics from Pixabay.com and the main photo was edited in the PPT by the Prisma app for iPhone/ipad.  The photo is not the same in the AS2 file as the PPT or flyer...this was a recent discovery and I used the edited pic in the flyer I created to announce the module to the Clinical Staff. 

The flyer was created in an online program called Canva.  (They offer 10 free licenses to non-profit organizations so I am took advantage before they changed their minds--it's a Godsend to create flyers to advertise new modules)

Let me know what I need to do to contribute...I am enclosing the following files.  Thanks!

 

 

 

 

5 Replies
Jesi Watts

Ashley ,omg!  What happened to my beautiful module when I uploaded it?  It's so awful looking.  My backgrounds, pics, colors, fonts (These were embedded)...all of them are gone.  My PPT looks pathetic and horrible.  Is there a way I can preserve my PPT the way it's supposed to actually look?  

 

Ashley Terwilliger-Pollard

Hi Jesi,

I'm looking at your Powerpoint compared to your Storyline course and they are looking the same too me - so I'm not sure I'm clear on what you're seeing or think is missing? Do you have a side by side comparison? The one thing that looked a little different was the font - but likely because I don't have the Comfortaa font installed - and then it'll default to showing things using your system font. 

Jesi Watts

Well I looked at it on my ipad...don't know if that had anything to do with it. I can embed the font for the PPT if you need me to do so if you decide to use it as a template.

-jesi

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Ashley Terwilliger-Pollard

Hi Jesi,

Were you looking at the Powerpoint on your iPad? There isn't a way to open a .story file on your iPad..so I'm not sure what you were seeing. But if you want to share the font files, those may be helpful for others as well!

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