Renaldo Lawrence shows how to create buttons inside of Articulate Storyline 360.
- [Instructor] One way of extending your project…and not having so many sections to your project…is to use slide layers within a scene.…Using slide layers is a great way of…allowing your audience to get more information…about a particular subject you're covering in your course.…One of the great thing about using slide layers…is that you don't have to show all the information…to your audience straight away.…You can have a button that when the user…clicks on the button, it will take them to a slide layer…that holds that particular information.…
We will create an extra layer,…add video to the layer,…and use a trigger to access the new layer.…Make sure that the media interaction scene…is open.…Select the media interaction layer.…Right click on the layer…and choose Duplicate.…Double click on the new layers name.…And rename the layer media interaction select inverse.…Press Enter.…
Select the text on the media interaction select inverse…layer.…And type, this is an introduction to…how to use the select inverse tool.…Select the text.…
- Design thinking
- Setting up and customizing the project
- Adding content
- Working with shapes, characters, buttons, sounds, and animation
- Building navigation menus
- Using triggers and hyperlinks
- Inserting and editing scenes
- Adding assessments and quizzes
- Exporting the final project
- Using Articulate 360
Skill Level Intermediate
Articulate: Visual Design Basicswith David Rivers2h 33m Intermediate
Articulate Storyline: Advanced Techniqueswith Daniel Brigham2h 11m Intermediate
1. Building for Mobile
2. Planning to Build
3. Designing Mobile Elearning
4. Building a Navigation Menu
5. Working with Scenes
6. Adding Interactive Elements
7. Publishing Your Project
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