SOS! Drowning in bullet list items!
Apr 23, 2019
Please help me brainstorm my way out of this bullet ocean!
I'm building a module in Storyline where I want to present different options on employee benefits one can implement in their small business (like health insurance, PTO, etc.).
My original idea was doing a virtual shop type of theme where the learner could "shop" for benefit options on a tablet device. They would select their budget level, and then based on that selection they can browse different benefits.
I'm now realizing that I have over 30+ different types of benefits to present. For example, if I talk about PTO (paid time off), that could lead to unlimited/limited/segmented PTO, special birthday PTO, volunteer PTO, and bereavement PTO. Or if I discuss medical benefits that could lead to flex spending accounts, health savings accounts, health reimbursement accounts, different types of insurances that are health related.
It seems like there are a lot of categories that split off into a bunch of mini solutions under each one. And some of them need an explanation (like a flex spending account, for example).
I want to give people a good idea of what options they have, but there are literally SO MANY. I'm overwhelmed. At this point my brain just wants to build a nice bullet point list, but that won't do. The course I'm building is unique because of the interactive/themed modules, and I want to keep it that way.
Do you have any ideas on what I can do? Different theme? Scale WAY back? A way to segment my ideas to where the learner doesn't get bored half way through?
If you're looking to brainstorm on your project - I'd be happy to help as well!