As our culture becomes more inclusive, so is the e-Learning industry, and we’re experiencing more requests than ever for e-Learning development that can meet accessibility standards. Accessible e-Learning has been defined as e-Learning content which any learner can access—including those with visual, auditory, or mobility differences. While there are many facets to accessible e-Learning development, one of the most powerful features we have for ensuring accessibility with Storyline 360 is Focus Order. Many learners use screen readers to access information within an e-Learning. Focus Order is how we determine, as
Imagine…a cacophony of simultaneous noises and voices competing on the same e-Learning slide. Have you experienced such chaos? From the sounds of it, this blog post may be just for you. So, now imagine…an incredibly simple solution. During our hands-on Storyline 360 training, we work with audio in various ways. There’s ample opportunity for the aforementioned hullabaloo of overlapping sound and this common “as heard in training” question: “Why is My Audio Overlapping?” If you peek at our e-Learning example here, we’ve created a common click-and-reveal interaction with audio in
¡Hola! Ciao. Bonjour! Are you distributing Storyline 360 e-Learning in multiple languages? The Yukon team is asked all of the time what this entails, so we’re sharing some of our best practices both during and after development to help make translation seamless! We love to plan ahead whenever possible and mitigate any issues before they can ever occur. So, when we’re developing e-Learning in Storyline 360 that will go out for translation, here are the things we prepare in advance: Ensure that text will shrink Languages use different amounts of
I love the scrolling panel in Storyline…Is there a way to make it automatically scroll? This is a great question! We liked this question so much, in fact, that we’ve now added the solution to our workshop materials. Let’s jump right into how to build the auto-scrolling panel, and then we’ll look at some possible use cases. Building the Scrolling Panel 1. Insert a Scrolling Panel Tip: Keep in mind that the scrolling panel may cover your content, so you’ll want to make sure it’s out of the way.