Engage Learners with Fun and Interactive Tables
Over the past few weeks I have shared a few interactive table templates! Today I'd like to add another post to that series and share with you guys this simple template that I've created in Storyline.
Tip 1: Office-y photos make great e-learning backgrounds
The background image is a great freebie I came across online, to which I added a transparent effect to the image to give it the faded look. As my regular readers will know, I love using the faded photo look because this helps the images an text overlaid on top of my background to stand out more.
Tip 2: Create an interactive table with shapes and text
The interactive table was created simply by using rectangular shapes and text. I used a large rectangle to create the background for my table. I then used long, skinny rectangles to create my rows, and added text boxes over top. I created a hover effect for the row rectangle, then copy/pasted all of my rows to create the table. I then alternated the colors of the rows to give the rows more distinction.
You can view the published version here: E-Learning Template with Interactive Tables, and you can download the files here. That's how easy and simple it can be to add interactivity to your e-learning projects.
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