Rolling balls

Apr 11, 2011

Here is a `rolling ball template' we had created long back.

Yes, creating it is not a big deal, but for some wierd reason, all the learners remember `the page that has a rolling ball'.

As long as the tools do the trick right, we are happy with them, however simple they look, isn't it!

3 Replies
James Brown

OK from an Instructional designers point of view, nice graphics but why did you choose to go from a left to right uphill scenario ? I know you read Egyptian from right to left but in the US and Europe, we read from left to right so if you were to modify for Western countries the graphic would need to rotate 180 degrees.

The other thing that seems odd about the graphic is that the ball increases as you go up hill which would be the opposite expectation of say a snowball in nature. Typically you would wish to start at the top of a slope with a small ball but as you progress down the slope the ball would grow. I know for me reading from right to left is kind of awkward. Other than that it does a nice job of explaining where you currently are and where you wish to eventually go.

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