Our latest blog entry demonstrated how to customize a Dial and make it more engaging. Now, in the second half of this two-part series, let’s dial back the clock in honor of #FlashbackFriday to the original Storyline interaction of this type: Sliders. At Yukon Learning, we’re always finding new ways to utilize the Slider interaction, allowing learners to drag a handle up and down a track in order to uncover content, or trigger actions to occur. They’re fast and easy to develop, and make learning entertaining. However, since the Slider
Want to create e-Learning that’ll spin your learners right round? Learning theory suggests that bestowing knowledge should involve actively engaging the learner because the more engaging your content is, the more easily it’s retained. In e-Learning, this requires creativity on the part of the developer! At Yukon Learning, we’re always striving toward newer, fresher interactions to shake things up for the learner. Plus, wouldn’t it be great if that unique interaction was fast to build, and meets accessibility guidelines? Enter: the custom Dial. With a Dial, learners rotate a knob
The questions we address here on The Articulate Trainer originate with questions that our students ask during our hands-on Articulate training. Some are unique, while others are more commonplace. When discussing the Player, one question we are frequently asked is whether or not it’s possible to leverage the simplicity of an e-Reader glossary feature. As usual, there are many ways to make something like this happen. Let’s take a look at one possible solution. Building Your Slides The first step is to build your slide just as you normally would.