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Alexandros Anoyatis

Hi Matthew...

Well, I think you answered half the question yourself.

1) You could have a stack of Pizza boxes instead of buttons on your frontpage, and on the sides of the boxes you can place button text instead of (or together with) the company logo.
2) You could also pizza slices as your menu chapters.

Wow, I feel hungry just by thinking of this...

Hope this helps,
Alex

Nancy Woinoski

Since it is a food safety course maybe your title screen could have three pizza makers on the front - two who exhibit some of the don'ts you plan to cover in the course and one who represents the do's . You could have a caption in a large font that says something like

"Which one of this people do you want making your pizza?"

Bruce Graham

The point of a cartoon, a caricature or joke is to take the main points of something, highlight them, and make them understandable and memorable in the least amount of time possible.

A bit like eLearning really.

Health and Safety courses are all about risk - personal and business. Focus on those. Any of the ideas above could be looked at in that way. Pretend you get paid $100 for every word or bullet point that you remove and you will soon get there.

Bruce

stanton mackellar

Hey Bruce, nice job. Very impactful. I like the handwriting effect.

I'm pretty certain I could (eventually) generate something approximating this in storyline by combining blocking, animation and repeating staggered elements (not sure what to call this exactly) ... but it looks like a load of work. How did you achieve it?

Cheers,

Stanton

Bruce Graham

stanton mackellar said:

Hey Bruce, nice job. Very impactful. I like the handwriting effect.

I'm pretty certain I could (eventually) generate something approximating this in storyline by combining blocking, animation and repeating staggered elements (not sure what to call this exactly) ... but it looks like a load of work. How did you achieve it?

Cheers,

Stanton


Hi Stanton.

Thanks!

It's just an animated video brought into Storyline, and then I use Storyline's Timeline facilities to deal with the audio.

I used something called "PowToon" to create it.

Bruce

Rob Morgan

Bruce Graham said:

stanton mackellar said:

Hey Bruce, nice job. Very impactful. I like the handwriting effect.

I'm pretty certain I could (eventually) generate something approximating this in storyline by combining blocking, animation and repeating staggered elements (not sure what to call this exactly) ... but it looks like a load of work. How did you achieve it?

Cheers,

Stanton


Hi Stanton.

Thanks!

It's just an animated video brought into Storyline, and then I use Storyline's Timeline facilities to deal with the audio.

I used something called "PowToon" to create it.

Bruce

I love PowToon! I thought for sure I recognized your main character but I could not figure where I had seen him.