Join David Anderson for an in-depth discussion in this video Sliders, part of Articulate 360: Interactive Learning.
- [Instructor] One of the most popular interactive objects … is the slider and that's just because there's … so much you can do with it … and they're a great way to get learners to touch the screen … and work with the content. … And in this movie we'll look at a very simple example … of creating sliders and then making something happen, … and the thing that we'll make happen … is we'll make our character change states … a couple times based on the value of the slider. … So let's go ahead and just begin by inserting … a slider, so, insert slider, … and you have a couple pre-built styles here, … we'll just grab the first one. … We're not going to spend anytime customizing them … but you can make sliders look anyway you like. … There's a lot you can do with them, … you can replace them with pictures … and graphics, anything you want. … But when you insert the slider, … by default, the range is going to be from zero to 10. … And I see that up here in the Design tab … with a starting value of zero and an ending value of 10. …
- 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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