Last time I created an interactive map about Santa Clara, where I live, for the e-learning heroes challenge #86. Then, I decided to continue this work on Santa Clara and created a presentation of the city with Storyline 2. I only did a few slides with basic information you can find on Wikipedia, and reused my interactive map!
You can access the presentation by clicking on the picture above. Next time, I will show you a few charts and pies created with storyline, to show you how you can present data nicely with Storyline 2; I will add details about animation/triggers/layers to explain you how to recreate the same effect! So, I hope you will enjoy this short presentation, and see you next time!
It’s been a long time since I participated to a ELH Challenge proposed by Articulate! But this time, I had more time and was very interested in the challenge: create an interactive map to show where we live. I arrived in my neighborhood only 8 months ago, and I use Google Map a lot to discover the area, and to drive with the GPS feature of the app. So, I decided to create an interactive map looking like Google Map, in ‘Earth’ mode.
To create this interactive map, I had to create a looooooot of layers, Layers are life. Really. Your can play with then so much, with the correct triggers and settings. I also used sliders, one of the new features of Storyline 2. I had to be careful with all the variables used by the triggers, to ensure the proper picture is shown at any time.
It was very challenging, because I faced a few issues and had to find a solution to ensure my map would work properly, as expected, any time, after revisiting a layer, etc.
I hope you will enjoy this interactive map! You will discover 10 places in my neighborhood, in the beautiful city of Santa Clara in California.
View the map
I continued my work with Fables characters; this time, I decided to create an animated course. I used three main features of Storyline 2: animations (entrance and exit), motion paths (the best new feature of Storyline 2, even if it could be improved), and layers. The structure of my course (welcome slide / navigation menu / conclusion) is contained in one single slide made of many layers:
I had to use some triggers to configure the show/hide layer settings, and also to be very careful with each layer settings, especially the ‘revisiting’ settings. Indeed, the content of the course itself is not contained in this slide, but in new ones. Of course, for this example I didn’t create any content so my chapters are made of one single slide, but we can imagine full chapters with many slides, even in a separated scene.
Those settings are crucial to ensure some triggers will work properly.
Here we have only one slide per chapter, for the example, but we can imagine full chapters.
You can access the demo here.