Animation is a great way to increase engagement in your eLearning courses. Adding a little movement to a static slide can set a more realistic scene and bring your eLearning to life. And the good news is - Articulate Storyline makes it easy!
In two of my previous blogs, I've showed you how to create a digital scale, and then how to use this scale as part of a question slide. In this third instalment of the series, I am going to show you how to animate this scale to bring your feedback slide to life.
Articulate have just launched another feature to Storyline 360 – the ‘modern player’. In Storyline, our ‘player’ is the frame around your eLearning content, which holds your navigation (such as your previous and next buttons). The modern player does as it says on the tin – and brings a fresh new look to the player, exclusively for Storyline 360.Read More
In my last blog, I shared a step by step guide on how to make a digital scale in Articulate Storyline. We used custom graphics, and the storyline dial to create a working scale. In this post, I am going to show you how we can expand the use of this digital scale, by using it as part of a question.Read More
Some of you may have seen my recent webinar about “Accessibility & Closed Captioning in Storyline 360”, where we covered a range of options for providing audio or video transcripts for users who, for whatever reason, can’t access the sound elements of your course.Read More
In my last blog, I answered the question of how to have our learners retry only the questions that they got wrong when using the “Retry Quiz” feature built into Storyline Result Slides.
During a workshop I ran at a client site in December, I was asked if there was a way to add a “Page/Question Number” to slides that draw from a Question Bank. As these questions are randomized, there’s no way to judge in which order they’re going to come out. I was made aware that this was a feature in Articulate's Quizmaker, but again, it’s not something that’s possible with Storyline 2 out of the box. It can be done, but we need to do some additional work.Read More