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Alli Moline

Hello Howie -

You could experiment with first person ("I will show you how") or third person. There are several forms of third person narration but the "instructor" or "commentator" styles are most popular.

What types of content are you designing? Information based courses work well with third person but that doesn't mean you can't mix it up by introducing characters and alternative narrators.

Tell us more about what you're working with and we can offer more ideas!

Bruce Graham

mandy king said:

Hi Bruce

Like this one. Would you have the original Storyline files for the  demo so I can deconstruct please?http://www.pperf.co.uk


Hi Mandy...

Glad you like it - I would rather not send over if OK as it is the source for my website, but if you have anything specific, please do send me a PM.

It is really nothing complicated - 5 scenes and a whole load of links to courses sitting on my server.

@Stefano - thanks!

howard pearson

Alli Moline said:

Hello Howie -

You could experiment with first person ("I will show you how") or third person. There are several forms of third person narration but the "instructor" or "commentator" styles are most popular.

What types of content are you designing? Information based courses work well with third person but that doesn't mean you can't mix it up by introducing characters and alternative narrators.

Tell us more about what you're working with and we can offer more ideas!

 Hi Alli, it's a branding presentation that i'm doing for a financial instituation. It's what Ruth Colvin & John Mayer would call an inform program as there aren't really any direct performance changes required on this - just 'awareness'.