10 Replies
Mark Barry

I am trying to design some software simulations for my company and I enjoyed looking at your course. I echo Brian's suggestions above, and suggest adding some visual feedback to let learners know when they are successful or need to try again. You could also animate the question (?) icon at the bottom to remind learners that help is available if they need it. Learners often need guidance when they try a new process on their own for the first time--asking the learner to enter very specific information into a text box for example. Would be nice to get a hint, reminder, or the option to see that part of the demonstration again. I really like your design though. Very engaging and realistic. Nice job and thanks for sharing your work. 

Ulises Musseb

Hello. It's very nice. I'd suggest to add a little more information in the "Show me" section. More than just "click here for this" and "click here for that", normally the users who need the demo might also require a sense of what they are doing as they click. Something like "to select an item, click on the desired item. Click on this item to select it". That way they know what the clicking means. It adds meaning to the demonstration.