- [Instructor] In this movie we will look at … using slide layers to add additional content and … feedback to our interaction. … Now layers are a lot like slides, … in that they have most of the same functionality of slides, … they just reside above the base layer. … So when we add the custom states to the character, … we can control her pose, her looks. … But we don't have a lot of content, … it wouldn't make sense to put videos, … text, graphics, animations inside of her state. … Instead a slide layer makes more sense for that, … and a great way to visualize this, … is to look at examples from content library. … So in this multiple choice question we have a character … with three custom states, right, … so the custom states were created and have to be triggered … to make them show. … So one for each of the choices. … Now the feedback for the learned choices … is managed with slide layers, … and you find those over here in the slide layers panel. … So for the correct choice we have, …
- 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
Articulate Storyline: Creating Mobile Elearningwith Renaldo Lawrence1h 34m Intermediate
Articulate 360: Advanced Actionswith David Anderson2h 26m 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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