This week, I’m showing you just how easily you can personalize courses in Articulate Storyline by using the data entry field and variables. It’s a quick screencast, but it can help take the learning experience of your courses to the next level!
Last week I showed you how to use button sets to select an avatar for your course, and this week I’m showing you how to carry the selected avatar throughout your course developed in Articulate Storyline.
There are different ways of doing this, but in this screencast, I show you how to use variables and states to achieve the desired effect.
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In today’s screencast, we’re kicking of a new series: personalization. First up, I’m going to show you how to create a button set of characters in Articulate Storyline. In the next screencast, I’ll be showing you how you can take the selected character and carry them throughout your course.
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Awhile back I created a project in Articulate Storyline that was inspired by the site coolors.co and its functionality, so this week I thought I would show you how I created that project.
This week I’m showing you just how easily you can create buttons (and their associated states) in Articulate Storyline, using any shape (aka not the default buttons).
Check out the screencast demo below to see just how I did this, and don’t forget to check out Sprout E-Learning, where you’ll soon be able to register and take courses through Sprout to pump up your resume with Articulate Storyline and Instructional Design expertise!
The HTML code you will need is available for download below the video, and I’ve also included a link to the CertBG image I used.
var newWin=window.open(“certificate.html”, “certificate”, “status=0,scrollbars=0,width=600,height=480”);
- Please note that the HTML code and JS used in this screencast, was originally obtained from the lovely Steve Flowers in the Articulate E-Learning Heroes Community.