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Interactive Video

This week’s elearning heroes challenge is to create an interactive video quiz, scenario or knowledge check. So I set off to work. First, I thought about what topic I could make a quiz around. A few ideas I tossed around were weather and exercise… I settled on yoga poses and took advantage of the…

Shred it or keep it?

Sorting interactions are pretty common in e-learning, and for good reason. There are often instances in the workplace, and in life, in which we need to sort things: recycling from rubbish, information to keep or discard, good applicants from not so good, and so on. Sorting Drag and Drop One way to get learners…

E-learning Noir

I am a big fan of bright colours. You should have seen my wardrobe in the 90s. But every time I see an e-learning course or demo that uses only black and white, I love how it looks. It’s just so elegant and minimal. So, when Dave Anderson announced an e-learning heroes challenge for…

Medical Theme Template

Templates are good The latest E-learning Heroes challenge called for sharing a starter template, this time for the healthcare industry. I quickly went through what I already had, and re-posted what I like to call a template with a ‘mild medical theme’ applied to it. You can see that one here. Now, we all…

Hand-drawn video

The most recent E-learning Heroes challenge is all about creating a hand-crafted explainer video. Now ideally this would have all been done manually, like in the example posted where we set up a camera at a very funny angle and move our cut-out pictures around while narrating the story. But, I (also) cheated (or,…

Storyline Developer HQ

This week’s E-learning Heroes challenge is about creating an interaction using a top view perspective of an office. This seemed like a great opportunity to share where I work. My office As many of you know, I run my own e-learning biz from my comfy home office. It’s spacious and cosy, and I really, really…

Rotoscoping for e-learning

Rotoscoping In last week’s E-learning Heroes challenge, the mission was to use a technique called ‘rotoscoping’. Simply put, it involves creating hand-drawn animated graphics. Nick Russell shared a cool example as well as a great tutorial on how to do your own rotoscoping. I actually followed Nick’s tutorial and created a similar sort of…