515 BYOD: Using Animation and Motion in Storyline
1:15 PM - 2:15 PM Thursday, October 25
Using animation and motion in a Storyline course, when done well, can be a tremendous asset to the visual voice of your course. When not done well, however, it can be quite the distraction. So how can you know what animations and motions will work well in different situations and how to develop them in Storyline?
In this session, you will practice building a variety of animations and motion elements that will enhance the look and feel of a module. You will also find out how to use some of the lesser-known features and settings to create animations that are not readily available in Storyline. You’ll leave knowing a wide range of animation and motion techniques that can avoid distraction and actually enhance your work.
In this session, you will learn:
- How to create an auto scrolling panel
- How to combine multiple animations for some cool effects
- How to use the new motion path features: orientation and intersection
- How the timeline can impact an animation
- How to use group objects for some unique animations
- How to add animation to a state
Designers and developers.
Technology discussed in this session:
PC or Mac running Windows and Articulate Storyline.
Chief Learning Officer
Ron Price is the chief learning officer at Yukon Learning. His name is synonymous with “great Articulate training.” Ron brings a unique approach to delivering the message, with real-world examples drawn from over 25 years of experience in organizational and leadership development, instructional design, business coaching, and experiential learning. As CLO of Yukon Learning, the strategic training partner for Articulate, Ron works closely with the Articulate engineers and community team to design and develop certified training programs for Articulate Studio and Storyline. When not facilitating or designing eLearning solutions for Yukon customers, he also oversees the certification process for Yukon’s global training partners.