I’m sure there’s some rule about Trivantis employees not being allowed to win, but I couldn’t resist creating a short course for such a fun theme! Comic books were a great idea Jennie! 🙂 Can I claim I made a branching scenario if there’s only two, very very short paths? Contest description here: http://community.trivantis.com/knowledge-base/contest-2-comic-book-courses/
Here’s a course I put together that works through a customer service issue in the style of a comic book for contest #2. To enhance the comic book style I added page flip actions, characters, speech bubbles, and different page layouts. What will you create?
I didn’t have a course that I could easily upload, due to most of it being company content. So I threw something together this am…this only took a couple of hours. I love doing this kind of stuff, so any reason to play around with graphics, etc….I’ll take advantage. There isn’t any audio..but if I […]
My second attempt, to share my first attempt (still work in progress) at a scrolling RCD page. More to add in, eventually.
Best work does not describe this contest entry! Just took the opportunity to create a brief RCD title and use some fun, free characters from the Elearning Brothers shared on their blog a few weeks ago. I used the image and text layout column for most of these, and then added a few more images. I […]
Not going to win any prizes, but demonstrating what can be done in less than 4 minutes – a single interaction page for multiple devices
Here’s our contest sample. We think its some of our best work because it combines flat design and responsive course design, two hot topics in the elearning world. Don’t forget to share your submission by heading over to Submit Contest Entry now. The zip files contain an RCD course theme in 3 color schemes with […]