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
How Do I Create a Moving Bullet Point?
Do you have a static list of topics or key points on your slide? Want to make that list a bit more exciting? Adding a bullet point that moves through the list can be a great way to add visual engagement to your e-Learning course! And it’s an additional activity we offer during our hands-on Storyline 360 training. Consider the “follow the bouncing ball” technique. We can apply the same concept with bullet points on our slides to help learners follow along. So, read on and we’ll bounce through this
How Can I Trigger an Object to Move?
Motion paths are a terrific way to add movement and polish to e-Learning courses. We love the way they allow designers and developers to be creative! In this blog post, we’re answering the “as heard in training” question, “How can I trigger an object to move?” As you may have already noticed, when you add a motion path to your course, Storyline 360 creates a trigger for you. The reason for this is that triggers execute the actions in Storyline 360—and each motion path needs an action to work! By
How Do I Loop Motion?
We have a great time working with motion paths during our hands-on Storyline 360 training. Animation and movement can bring an e-Learning slide to life by increasing engagement or by illustrating a concept that may be best taught when an object is in motion. Well, what if we need that animation to continually repeat? …Like our space example here! Creating motion is fairly simple (and yet, versatile) and in doing so, we can determine where and how the object will move across the slide, not to mention the timeframe of when
How Can I Use a Slider to Create a Moving Timeline?
During Articulate training sessions, we often encounter questions that make us think of the new possibilities within Storyline. For me, this happened recently when an attendee asked if it would be possible to create a timeline that could move back and forth (or up and down) using a slider. The more we talked, the more excited I became at the possibility of creating a timeline that would not only be a more robust course design, but also more memorable and engaging for the learner! Take a look at what I