New tests with Storyline and ArtRage

Friday, it’s e-learning test day!

1- I worked quickly on the customization of the player in Storyline. It looks like we can choose a lot of colors for all the different elements of the player. Of course, I will need to respect my company’s graphic charter for the colors, and we actually already have a standard player.

2- I tried to create a basic but nice background for the ‘welcome’ slide of the module. It took me about 15 minutes to make it in ArtRage. The most complicated has been to draw the 4 logos. The text has been directly added in Storyline to add some ‘fade in’ effects.

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3- Then, I tried to create a scene 100% in Storyline, only with forms and textures included in the software. It is nice and make a kind of ‘flat design’ style, but it takes a lot of time to do it. Of course, it was a first test, so I will do it faster in the future!

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The topic of the module is only to have an example, this is not something I’m currently working on – but I prefer to have a topic for my tests and experiments!

Ergonomics activity

Today I share a simple activity for a module about ergonomics.

The work was really simple on Storyline: I only added markers on the background elements that the learner will have to click to reach out more about ergonomics at office. I also added a voice, to present the scene and the activity.

The big work was the background itself: I drew it myself with my new graphic tablet in ArtRage Studio. So, I’m not an expert in drawing (absolutely not!) but I am satisfied of the result! It took me less than one day to create this scene (in ArtRage and Storyline) and I’m sure I’ll be able to make it faster in the future when I am more at ease with ArtRage.

About the content, I’m not an ergonomics specialist so if I have to work on a real module about this topic, of course an expert will help me 😉

You can access the animated scene here.

And here is the original drawing:

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