One Slide Concept and Nixing the Next Button
Feb 18, 2014
I’ve always been intrigued by the concept of making my course look like a single slide and eliminating a next button.
My manager is challenging our team to move away from the PowerPoint design look to create what looks like a video. He thinks we can accomplish this look by using animations to bring text and images on and off screen. I think in combination with layers we can mostly accomplish this. Eliminating the NEXT button is a bigger challenge in my mind. I’ve done this in a course by using layers and using an “X” button with a trigger to advance to the next slide. I guess you can do this also using a trigger in combination with hotspots and markers.
I conduct a monthly Lunch and Learn for our design team and the topic this week is the One Slide and no NEXT button concept. I’m looking for some examples of anything close to this that I can present in the meeting. I’m also interested in your feedback about this concept. It is doable? Does it make sense? Is there another way to accomplish this look?
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