DesignDevil

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Comic Book Theme E-Learning Template

This week’s challenge is to share a comic book style course starter template that contains at least six slides. I’ve shared the menu of this course in a previous post, so I decided to strip the content and turn it into a course starter template. Here’s a link to the live demo.  The source file […]

Using Subtle Animations and Transitions

For the Using Subtle Animations and Transitions in Your E-Learning Courses #201 challenge, I just had to try the morph transition that Mike Taylor shared in this post! I thought it’d work great for timeline/roadmap content.   https://360.articulate.com/review/content/db0eee0e-32a5-44fd-af50-4872f014aae0/review Facebook Twitter Google+ LinkedIn

Going Green

This is our first year to attempt a Fall garden and it is going well so far.  We redesigned a bed into four raised beds and that seems to be a great environment for these plants to thrive.  We also have our own compost nearby and regularly add some around the plants.  We’ve yet to […]

Creating Labeled Graphic Interactions for E-Learning

This week, the e-learning challenge is to design a labeled graphic interaction for e-learning.  I typically do this in Storyline using the built in markers or by creating custom markers and/or hotspots.  I’m pretty familiar with utilization the many options of creating interactions in Storyline, so I thought it best to use this opportunity to […]

Custom Feedback and Results Slides

My latest entry for the Articulate community’s E-Learning Challenges was inspired by our World Series champions, the Houston Astros! I live in a suburb just northeast of Houston, so it probably goes without saying that we are Astros fans.  So, of course, I had to incorporate them into a challenge submission at some point. Admittedly, […]

Construction Theme E-Learning Template Design

Last week’s E-Learning challenge asked course designers to share course starter templates for the construction and building industry. Examples include content slides, quizzes, interactions, photo layouts, and more! You can view some of the submissions in the recap, but I’m sharing here about my submission. After looking at some of the submissions, I felt I […]

Choose Your Own E-Learning Adventure

In the interest of removing my “Participate in eLearning challenges” task from my location-based alerts, I’ll finally get back into the swing of these weekly challenges by sharing my submission for the “Choose Your Own E-Learning Adventure #181” challenge from last week.  (I did post a submission for ELH #182, but it was just a […]