Colors Free Storyline Template

Hopefully this meets the criteria of a Storyline template, it not, enjoy it for what it is.

I got inspired by some stuff others were working on at work, and wanted to pair that with some fluid animations in Storyline which led to this template.

I also put a small section in there for how this template can work well with full screen material with minimal obtrusiveness, located in section 3.

Each section is based off of a different color, which is then used throughout that section until the last page which signifies with color movement into the next section.

Enjoy!

http://www.technkl.com/project/colors-storyline-template/

19 Replies
Shyam Mourouvapin

Hi,

I am very new to Storyline, actually new to this elearning field! I recently purchased Storyline and Studio 13 (last week!!!). I installed Office professional 2013. I am playing around with tutorials and techniques posted in the blogs. I am encountering problems with the downloads. When I download a template from the file in Powerpoint, it tends to crash. It shows the message "Debug" or "Close program". Can someone help me understand why this is happening and if there is a way to resolve this.

Nick Leffler

Shyam Mourouvapin said:

Hi,

I am very new to Storyline, actually new to this elearning field! I recently purchased Storyline and Studio 13 (last week!!!). I installed Office professional 2013. I am playing around with tutorials and techniques posted in the blogs. I am encountering problems with the downloads. When I download a template from the file in Powerpoint, it tends to crash. It shows the message "Debug" or "Close program". Can someone help me understand why this is happening and if there is a way to resolve this.

Hi Shyam,

You may want to post a message in the support forums, you'd probably get a better response for your specific problem there.

Here's a link:

http://community.articulate.com/forums/default.aspx?GroupID=5

Nick Leffler

Thank you both Greg and Niall for the wonderful comments. I appreciate all the feedback on this template.

I hope some of you are finding a use for it or at the least getting something from the .story file, I love looking at .story files and pulling apart how people did certain things (although there may not be much to pull apart on this one).

Greg, I don't have to look up Storyline-y to know it is definitely a word. I know exactly what you mean. It's easy to spot a Storyline coarse from a mile away most of the time, not a bad thing, but at the same time not being Storyline-y is a great compliment

Nick Leffler

Thanks for the comments on the template!

Jennifer, I included the .story file for you to download and pull apart, but I think I can also break it down in a blog post. I'll have to work on writing that though so may be a few days. In the mean time, feel free to download the .story file, pull it apart, or use it