You’ve got your content, your ideas, and a blank slide. It’s time to start gathering the visual elements that will make up your course. There’s no need to spend hours searching the web for graphics to use when there’s a whole bunch available right here in the E-Learning Heroes community. They’re shared freely by talented (and generous!) developers so you can use them as-is in your next course or tweak them to make something new.
Take a look for yourself. Here are six examples of downloadable graphics from the community:
- Build a U.S. map interaction fast with this graphic set by Kevin Thorn featuring the 50 states.
- Set the scene for a grocery store interaction with these background images by John Toh.
- Pair learners with a fun, illustrated character guide styled by Ashi Tandon.
- Use these modern office graphics by Ashi Tandon as a backdrop for your workplace courses.
- Take your learners to London with silhouette graphics of the city’s most iconic sights designed by Maija Perfiljeva.
- Get several new ways to present data with this collection of infographic elements by John Toh.
And those aren’t the only freebies you’ll find on E-Learning Heroes. Dig into tons more in our downloads hub. Follow us on Twitter and come back to E-Learning Heroes regularly for more helpful advice on everything related to e-learning. If you have any questions, please share them in the comments.