I started working with a new client in June and it’s been a while since I’ve participated in Articulate’s e-Learning Challenges. I’ve spent the bulk of my time writing content and storyboarding and haven’t had much time to develop using Articulate. Since I had some down time over the holidays I thought it would be a great opportunity to get have some fun with Storyline.
The most recent challenge was How Can You Use Pantone’s Color of the Year 2016 in E-Learning? My sister is a Principal at a national design firm, so I had already heard about this color selection and the mixed opinion on Pantone’s selection – Rose Quartz and Serenity. Nevertheless, this challenge (for me) was about Storyline not the colors. I’d never created a tabbed template and have an upcoming project for which I’d like to use tabbing. I used multiple layers to achieve the tab navigation and created the icons in PowerPoint. As for the color scheme, I used one of Pantone’s suggested color pairings (below). I would have liked to have more time to further develop the template for the challenge, but alas, duty calls.
Functionality Used: Layers
Concept: Create a tabbed interaction slide using Pantone’s colors of the year
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