Are you looking for fresh, visually engaging ways to let learners explore videos and other media? We’ve got you covered with 8 examples that put the focus on your compelling images and videos. And they put learners in the driver’s seat because they can explore at their own pace.
Here are a bunch of creative takes on the classic video gallery, all created in Articulate Storyline 2:
- Check out Chris White’s mobile-inspired video interaction—it makes it easy for learners to explore with an interface they already know.
- See how you can use the gallery design to set the mood for your course with this graffiti-themed demo by Michael Burns.
- Get inspiration for a fresh approach to meet-the-team interactions in this video intro interaction by Montse Anderson.
- Props to Jackie Van Nice’s multimedia approach to an interactive map. Learners can use sliders to see videos showing highlights from different regions of Turkey.
- Try this super-creative demo by Kartik Tyagi, which combines the classic drag-and-drop with a media gallery: learners drag the video that interests them right into the player.
- Love classic movies? See how Nancy Woinoski made this film-strip gallery feel like a black and white film festival.
- Freshen up the frame with the colorful look of Veronica Budnikas’ video player layout.
- See how Julia Collins combined different looks to get a farmyard feel in this interactive video player demo.
You can see even more media gallery examples in this E-Learning Challenge. And if you’re looking for help building a media gallery, we’ve got tons of great resources and downloads no matter if you’re using Storyline 2, Articulate Studio ’13, or PowerPoint. Check these out for starters: