Here’s a project I recently developed in Articulate Storyline

Hi. My name is John

I’m a teacher from Greece and I use on daily bases for the last four years the e-learning method. I am a teacher on primary school k-12 and the last three months I discovered Articulate Storyline. By using PowerPoint every day in my class I was searching for a program that can make PowerPoint interactive. I’m discovering the magic of interactions every day by learning Storyline. Below I will show u some e-learning lessons that I have already used in my classroom. I just want you to give more importance on the design and the graphics of the program since it’s in my mother language which is Greek and u will not understand much of the content.

 

http://bit.ly/2oW4QTt


12 Replies
David Anderson

Hey John, welcome to E-Learning Heroes!

So first of all, thanks for sharing your latest project with us. I've seen several of your work that you shared on Twitter and really dig the "story book" or "photo album" style you have.

I also really like the non-traditional navigation you use with cutout objects and characters.

Great job!

Daniel Brigham

Welcome, John, and thanks for posting.

Nice graphic design work, and I agree with David that the non-traditional navigation make us think. A couple of suggestions:

  • You might consider some background to set the tone right away on the opening page
  • You might consider slowing down the zoom transition speed (just right click the image and you'll see the setting)
  • Perhaps not zoom in so close (the image is pixelated, which you see when you zoom in that closely) Of course, you could use a higher res image, if available.

Thanks again for posting. --Daniel

John Soudias

Daniel Brigham said:

Welcome, John, and thanks for posting.

Nice graphic design work, and I agree with David that the non-traditional navigation make us think. A couple of suggestions:

  • You might consider some background to set the tone right away on the opening page
  • You might consider slowing down the zoom transition speed (just right click the image and you'll see the setting)
  • Perhaps not zoom in so close (the image is pixelated, which you see when you zoom in that closely) Of course, you could use a higher res image, if available.

Thanks again for posting. --Daniel

Thanks a lot for your suggestions! You're right about the zoom. I've noticed it too. I'm looking for an image with higher resolution, in order to change it.