Well, well, well!
My manager told me: ‘Before the end of the year, please play with Storyline 2. I want you to improve your skills, then you will be able to design better courses, and to do it faster!’.
OK, no problem! That’s why I am currently reviewing the different existing E-learning Heroes Challenges proposed by Articulate, and today I chose to participate to ELH Challenge #31: create a resume template with Storyline, with a presentation of our work.
I have seen a lot of interesting resumes done with Storyline, and I invite you to view it: https://community.articulate.com/articles/creative-resume-templates-elearning-portfolios
So, here is mine! I didn’t respect very well the ‘e-learning portfolio’ part of the challenge. I only added links to my experiments and ELH previous participation, I know I could have include a preview directly. But I preferred to do this way. Anyway, you can access my work via this online resume created with Storyline!
I used many features to design this online resume:
– motion path
– entering animations
I really enjoyed this exercise, and it was a great experience to understand how Storyline can help us design e-learning modules but not only. We can imagine much more with this tool, and I guess that’s why Articulate proposed this challenge: to show us that their tool can be used for many activities and not only e-learning design.
You can access my online resume here; enjoy!