What is your go-to course navigation style?
Hello Articulate Community! In the past year or more, I've focused on taking advantage of all the bells and whistles Storyline 2 and now 360 has to offer. I've moved away from the standard Next, Next, Next linear navigation and have incorporated sliders, tabs, etc to display content on a single slide with multiple layers and also created custom buttons for Menu, Play/Pause, etc. However, I've received feedback from learners that they don't like the navigation or that it's confusing. They don't like all the clicking and just want to read the information or listen to the narration.
In our effort to engage learners and increase interaction, are we doing too much? It seems learners just want a menu on the left and next/prev buttons to click through the course.
Do your courses typically follow a linear navigation (next, next, next)? What is your go-to navigation style for presenting content?