Looking to use Storyline in a rather untraditional manner and I'm hoping for advice / direction
I'm trying to help a local library out who has been tasked to monitor their study space. Essentially they'd like to track which seats are being utilized and general description on how it's being utilized.
I've been provided with a bird's eye floor plan (created in powerpoint) of the study space with each seat identified (there's about 30 seats).
Do you think there's a solution in Storyline that can assist them in tracking?
This is what I'm envisioning. I wonder if it's possible.
Use the bird's eye floor plan as a background. Overlay buttons over each seat. When the button is pressed a layer is triggered (probably a separate layer would be required for each seat). that layer would have a short selection of options (buttons?). (ie. person reading, person studying, person working in a group) when the option that is pressed the answer is recorded somehow. Once surveying is completed, all selections are aggregated into a single page or exported (a very nice to have is if it's exported in a way that can be inputted into a spreadsheet).
Giving this idea some thought I wonder if there's a solution in using survey questions and aggregating survey results? I may have access to a scorm compliant LMS if that helps.
I haven't used Articulate Storyline for a while now, but I"m a fast learner and any general advice would be welcomed/helpful.