Are you an experienced learning professional or someone tasked with creating elearning content with Storyline? Do you have basic or intermediate experience using Storyline but, want to be more creative? If so, this course will be highly valuable for you. Regardless of your level of expertise, this is a great opportunity to learn as you create a project and learn about game design in general. The course is ideal for Instructional Designers looking to upgrade their Storyline skills or simply for anyone interested in learning how to create games with a free trial of Storyline 3 or 360. The experience and combination of skills learned here can be surely applied to any other project. Check it out and let your friends know about it ; )
Find out what you can expect out of this course by watching this short introduction.
Learn in less than 4 minutes which versions of Storyline you can use for this project and why.
Challenge yourself a bit with a few questions about what you have just learned.
The essence and effectiveness of every game lies in its design framework. Here you will learn about the Mechanics, Dynamics and Aesthetics or MDA framework. This concept will open your creative possibilities.
From Disney to movie making, storyboarding is the key to visualize your game projects.
In this first "learn as you build" session, we make a landing page to capture and store the user name with a variable.
Variables also hold numbers and we use them here to keep score. Why keep score? Motivate those who like to compete by showing them their progress status.
Triggers, layers and pictures is all you need to build a countdown timer in Storyline.
Static characters are okay but, characters that move and change poses are much more engaging. Learn here how to use object states to make it happen.
If you liked using object states, don't worry. You'll get to use them way more here and enhance them with motion paths.
Change and enhance the feedback given in your quizzes by taking advantage of Feedback Masters.
The simplest way in any elearning product to turn a regular slide into a question interaction. Learn the wonders of Convert to Freeform.
In this first part of Finishing the Game we are putting it all together. Everything you have learned thus far and much more comes into play on this session.
This second part of Finishing the Game deals with final touches on our feedback layouts and score formatting.
Results slides are the culmination of your learner's journey. Make them grand and stand out with these customizations.
We can't call it multimedia without audio. Learn trick and tips to loop, edit and trigger audio upon certain events.
This is the end of our course but the beginning of your creative evolution. Here we discussed more improvements to enhance the dynamics and aesthetics of our game. You also learn about my social media contacts and how we can connect to share your projects.
eLearning, Instructional Designer and winner of E-Learning Magazine's 2017 Learning Champion award for innovation. Alex has developed Articulate Storyline games and courses for Fortune 100 companies like Dell and Centene Corporation. He's also a Certified Professional in Learning and Performance (CPLP) and CompTIA CTT+ professional. Alex is a known presenter on Storyline development and augmented reality applications at the eLearning Guild's DevLearn and Learning Solutions conferences. He owns StyleLearn, a custom elearning firm in Orlando, Florida.