In our hands-on Articulate 360 training, we talk about how Storyline 360 makes it easy to create engaging content. Zoom regions are one of the many compelling slide treatments that we explore in our training sessions, and they provide a simple, sleek, and effective way of drawing your learner’s attention to a specific area on a slide. Since zoom regions are Timeline-based, we experiment with this aspect of timing when practicing zoom regions in class, and it provides some interesting results! We’re often asked, “What if I start a slide
How Would I Create My Own Slide Transition?
The user’s understanding of the subject matter is the chief objective when developing e-Learning. Still, once we are positive that we have built something in which communication of the material is effective, there’s still that lingering element that every designer always covets: a little magic, otherwise known as the “Wow Factor.” One way that we like to play magicians at Yukon Learning is by crafting our own custom slide transitions, outside of what Storyline 360 already offers. For example, the learner selects an object, and the items on screen linger