Articulate Storyline: Creating a Tabs Interaction – Composition Book Style

We here at RidgeViewMedia.com recently purchased two licenses for Articulate Storyline. Many moons ago, I was invited to join the Beta, and on August 26th of this year, I did share a very old demo that I created way back then.

I’m continuing to build additional work samples to show what we could do for your e-learning projects. Here’s the latest, a Tabs interaction based on a Composition Book.

The Articulate E-Learning Heroes community had issued a “weekly challenge” for forum members to share their own Tabs interactions. Check out their ideas as they’re very creative!

You all inspired me very much! This was a busy week, but I worked on this little by little each day. I love Composition Books, and this Tabs interaction is based on that concept. Enjoy!


Update:

As of April 2017, I have turned off comments on this blog post. If you have any questions, feel free to contact me at info @ RidgeViewMedia . com Thank you for visiting!

 

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Returning to Articulate Storyline for e-Learning Consulting Services

The screencast demo you see above (silent; no audio) is one I did around February 2012, when Articulate Storyline was still either in Beta (I was invited to join), or when it went live and I downloaded the 30-day free trial. I can’t remember, but I’m sure my “friends” in the Articulate Community will remind me.

Darling husband (and new business partner) and I are adding Articulate Storyline as a new tool to our e-Learning Services tool box. We look forward to your projects in 2014, if not sooner, and you’ll have two talented e-learning professionals now instead of one (but, not two for the price of one, are you kidding?)!

You can also see this demo on Screenr.com at the link below:

http://www.screenr.com/n3OH

 

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