Medical Design Template
I received some questions from users asking if they can submit ideas for the weekly challenges. Absolutely, yes! Just send me your challenges, makeover candidates, or even your existing courses and presentations, and we’ll work them into a community challenge.
Now, on to this week’s challenge. Shift your creativity to resuscitate an actual project that needs a little doctoring:
E-Learning Hero Karyn Campbell shared the basic project requirements in this forum thread. Take a look before you jump into the challenge, and feel free to post any follow up questions in Karyn’s thread.
Challenge of the Week
Show and share your re-design ideas for a medical e-learning course template:
- Objective: Using the source files provided, create a clean, flat, medical design theme. Try to work within the provided color requirements (included in the forum thread and the source files) and comp out 2-3 slides for this design.
- Tools: You can use Storyline, Studio, or PowerPoint to create your static or interactive examples.
- Source files: Download
Medical design themes for inspiration:
- Template Monster
- 55+ Best Health Medical WordPress Theme
- 12 of the Best Health & Medical WordPress Themes
Last week’s challenge
One of the things I like most about these challenges is the inspiring level of creativity that comes from sharing your own ideas and projects. I feel like I’m already a better course designer following each of your great demos.
To prep you for this week’s course dissection, check out the lab results from your fellow community member’s contributions in the desktop and office theme challenge:
- Mariann Toth kicked things off with an office-themed exploration activity. Not only is this a great idea for a new hire course or spot-the-red-flags type activity, but she also built every graphic element in Storyline… and, shared the source file.
- Adrienne Tange put together a winning desktop theme replete with sticky notes, notepads, pencils, and tablet.
- Gabi Cahalon shared a notebook theme template featuring labeled graphics and sticky tabs navigation.
- Rachel Ingram threw things in a different direction in her Cubicle Basics demo where learners throw a crumpled paper ball to navigate slides.
Have a healthy week, E-Learning Heroes!
Post written by David Anderson