LS710 BYOL: Creative Movement—Transitions, Animations, and Motion in Storyline
2:30 PM - 3:30 PM Thursday, March 23
Animation and movement can be key features that help the learner pay attention to what’s important on the screen. When done well, motion and animation can be effective tools to leverage; but when done poorly, they are a waste of development time and a distraction to the learner.
In this session, you’ll tap into the latest techniques in Articulate Storyline for creating movement that matters, building a foundation for simple movement up to more extravagant gaming. You’ll explore some of the lesser-known uses for transitions and animations, including using the “push transition” effectively and designing animations within states. This session will also introduce two new Storyline 360 animation features: “orient shape to path” and “object intersection” triggers.
In this session, you will learn:
- How to build a variety of animations, transitions, and motion paths
- How to use triggers to control motions
- How to use motion to trigger other events in Storyline
- About some of the lesser-known and creative animation and motion features
Intermediate to advanced designers and developers.
Technology discussed in this session:
Articulate Storyline 360.
Laptop running Articulate Storyline 360.
Chief Learning Officer
Ron Price has over 35 years of experience in organizational effectiveness, leadership coaching, instructional design, spiritual development, and experiential learning. His unique background has allowed him to support a wide range of customers, from schools like Duke University's Fuqua School of Business and Harvard Business School to corporations like Sanofi, Amazon, BP, and Pepsico. After joining Yukon in 2008, Ron began working closely with the Articulate team to design and develop the certified training programs for the Articulate suite of tools. Ron enjoys facilitating training sessions, designing solutions for Yukon Learning customers, and working to help maintain Yukon Learning's "best-in-class" culture.