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, this design is not too out-of-the box; however, it did require a bit of customization, particularly on the results slide. I wanted it to closely resemble a baseball card, since that provides the stats on the player, and the results slide displays the user’s quiz results. I’d need to spend a little more time programming the table on the back of the card, so that it aligns with the actually quiz results. For this challenge, I just displayed a static sample, to give the viewer the general idea. It may be nice to also program in a way for the user to print their “trading card”, if you were going to use them for some type of motivation factor in the release of the course.
So, here’s a look at the slides, which include the title slide, two quiz slides, two feedback slides (correct and incorrect), and a results slide. You view a live demo here.