Join David Anderson for an in-depth discussion in this video Dials, part of Articulate 360: Interactive Learning.
- Dial interactions are another great way … to get learners to touch the screen by allowing them … to control on-slide objects or show layers … or pretty much anything. … In this example we'll actually show layers, … we'll show a series of characters … based on the value of the dial. … So let's go ahead and insert that first dial. … So we want to insert interactive objects, dial, … you have a few pre-built styles for you, … go ahead and just select this first one. … Once the dial's on the slide, … there's a couple of things you'll probably notice, right? … Dial's a little bit different than sliders … because dials are moving along an arc, … whereas the sliders were moving horizontally across a path. … You have 180 degrees for the starting arc … and I can see that both on the slide … as well as up here for the rotation, 180. … I could change that to any value, 360 … or something else to change how far that dial rotates. … Also have a start value of 0 and an end value of 12. … That's represented here, …
- Elements of interactivity
- Using slides and scenes
- Working with layers
- Customizing the slide design
- Working with built-in and custom states
- Adding interactivity with triggers
- Working with dials and sliders
- Converting static content into knowledge checks
- Creating branching scenarios
- Making interactive videos
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Elements of Interactivity
2. Building Blocks of Interactivity in Storyline
3. Start to Finish: Tabs Interactions
4. Storyline Essentials for Interactivity
5. Converting Static Content into Knowledge Checks
6. Creating Branching Scenarios
7. Creating Interactive Videos
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