SELT104 Creating Motion Graphic Videos in Articulate Storyline
1:15 PM - 2:00 PM Wednesday, October 24
Expo Hall: eLearning Tools Stage
The idea of creating motion graphics in programs such as Adobe After Effects can be daunting, time consuming, and expensive—but it doesn’t have to be! If you have Articulate Storyline, you have the power to create memorable motion graphic videos that are quick and inexpensive to produce.
In this session, you’ll learn how to plan, organize, design, and quickly develop a motion graphic video utilizing Articulate Storyline and a free audio editing program called Audacity. These simple yet compelling videos are a wonderful way to tell stories and appeal to both visual and auditory learners. Get tips and guidance on how to get started making your own motion graphic videos today! Topics discussed will include script writing and storyboard planning, audio editing tools, animation and motion features in Storyline, how to structure your Storyline layers and timelines, and publishing your video.
In this session, you will learn:
- How to plan a script/storyboard for a motion graphic video
- Tips on organizing content within Storyline to make for quicker and easier editing and animating
- How to utilize Audacity (freeware audio editing) when building motion graphic videos
- How to use motion paths and animation effects in Storyline to bring your story to life
Designers and developers.
Technology discussed in this session:
Articulate Storyline2/360, Audacity, Adobe Premiere, screen capture software, Vimeo/Youtube.
Sr. Change & Training Specialist
Jackie Morrow is a senior change and training specialist for REI. Prior to that she spent six years as an eLearning and media specialist for Nordstrom HQ in Seattle. She has more than 15 years of experience with graphic design, animation, eLearning, video production, gamification, and UX design. Jackie’s passion is making complex concepts digestible for users by utilizing storytelling, visual design and multimedia. She holds a master’s degree in the communication of digital media from the University of Washington and has a bachelor’s degree in visual communication.