This week’s challenge was to develop a summary or resource screen. I didn’t particularly have a ton of time this week, so my submission was less of a summary or resource screen and more of an exit slide. I’m planning on another submission, but until then, you’ll have to settle for a little bit of cheekiness. I have since been followed on twitter by some Grumpy Cat impostors.
I wanted to develop ‘exit instructions’ in a format that would ensure my audience would not be confused about how to exit the course. There’s nothing worse than leaving your audience hanging or confused!
Once I determined my approach, I tried to think of some good exit strategies. My mind often goes to kitties, because whose wouldn’t? And I immediately jumped to Grumpy Cat (or Tardar Sauce as she’s so lovingly known). I consulted The Google to find some Grumpy Cat vector images, and stumbled upon this lovely graphic. It was perfect! That artist really knows how to capture the essence of a cat with dwarfism and an overbite! I then took to Articulate Storyline, created a new slide, matched the background to the vector’s background, added the image, included a very slow fly in from the bottom, and once the timeline ended, the layer including the button was set to appear, directing the user to Leave. Meow. Tada!
To view the complete interaction, click here.