When designing e-learning, we often look for new ways to bring attention to important information. You might want the learner to remember a keyword, a meaningful graphic, or part of an image. With Storyline 360, it’s easy to make your own animation effects by combining different features. In this post, we’ll share a few of our favorite ways to create emphasis in Storyline 360. So, continue reading as we put the spotlight on the “as heard in training” question: “How can I create a custom emphasis animation?” Want to Follow
Why is My Audio Overlapping?
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
How Can I Trigger an Object to Change Size?
Perhaps you need to create the illusion of an object moving closer or farther away, maybe you want to animate data in an infographic, or you’re resizing an object to help draw learner focus to it. For these reasons and more, resizing slide elements is a discussion that comes up frequently during our hands-on Storyline 360 training. The objects in this blog are closer than they appear…as we answer this “as heard in training” question: “How can I trigger an object to change size?” As with many design solutions in
How Can I Show the Correct Answer When Reviewing Freeform Questions?
One of the great features of Storyline 360’s form-based quizzing is that it automatically allows the learner to review quiz questions they’ve answered with a direct comparison against the correct responses. This feature is cut and dry with form-based questions…but what if you’re utilizing freeform question slides? In today’s blog, we’re answering the “as-heard-in-training” question: “How can I show the correct answer when reviewing freeform questions?” We often develop question slides using the streamlined form-based approach, but so many of our clients also request the more custom freeform development from
Can I Delay Interactivity Until the Narration Ends?
When we teach interactive elements in our hands-on Articulate Storyline 360 training, someone will inevitably ask: “How do we keep learners from interacting until the narration ends?” This can be crucial in compliance-based e-Learning, ensuring the learners receive all content and don’t skip ahead. Let’s look at ways we can temporarily lock interactions for this “as heard in training” question. As you’ll undoubtedly hear us say in training: “There’s always more than one way to accomplish it in Storyline 360.” Today, we’ll discuss three methods for temporarily locking interactions. Method