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Daniel Brigham

http://www.articulate.com/community/showcase.php  is a link to the Articulate community showcase. You'll find examples there. Also, if you are interested, I've just created a "top 8 list" of my favorite Storyline features. Of course, it's done in Storyline and might give you an idea or two.

http://brighamcommunications.com/Portfolio4/story.html

Welcome to the forum, and cool sharks in your pic. Just got back San Diego a few weeks ago. --Daniel

Liz Taylor

Daniel Brigham said:

http://www.articulate.com/community/showcase.php  is a link to the Articulate community showcase. You'll find examples there. Also, if you are interested, I've just created a "top 8 list" of my favorite Storyline features. Of course, it's done in Storyline and might give you an idea or two.

http://brighamcommunications.com/Portfolio4/story.html

Welcome to the forum, and cool sharks in your pic. Just got back San Diego a few weeks ago. --Daniel


Hey Daniel - it seems the links you provided are no longer available. Perhaps you can re-share them with the updated links? Thank you!

Gavin Henry

Peter Anderson said:

Hey Liz, welcome!



Looks like there was an extra space at the end of Daniel's link. Here's a working link. Enjoy, and let us know if you have any questions. Welcome again



Hi Guys,

Some really cool examples of both Storyline and Articulate, one project that has caught my eye for it's level of interactivity and smooth navigation is the 'Periodic Table by Phil Mayor, Elearning Laboratory. It simple and allows for almost everything and anything to be clickable which i presonally go for in E-Learning. I just have one question which you may or may not be able to help me with which is 'How does the achieve the zoom in effect, after you have clicked on the ipad, iphone, Cup of coffee or pad? Is that a video or is that some sort of coding?

This is the project i'm refering too:

http://articulate.demos.s3.amazonaws.com/periodic_table/story.html

KR

Gavin