The below examples are built with an assortment of variables to create engaging and challenging interactions.
This Storyline 360 contains xAPI, an array of branching scenarios, variable loops, and a four-digit timer to provide an engaging Star Wars trivia game and quiz.
This is a short description of the design process and some of the obstacles and challenges in creating the Onboard: The Secrets of the New Jedi.
This Storyline 360 uses the parallax scrolling motion effect where background images move more slowly than foreground images. You use this effect to simulate depth. The effect is used for introducing a medical staff.
Available on Desktop and Android
Drag and Drop Interview
This Storyline 360 is an interactive drag-and-drop with video. This drag and drop uses an array of advanced variables to engage the viewer using the S.T.A.R interview method in a whole new way!
This Storyline 360 is an exercise in creating smooth button transitions. To engage viewership regarding National Sunglasses Day, the theme "Most Iconic Celebrity Sunglasses" was included.
Participated in an 8 week Enterprise ID learning cohort where you developed the skills of an Instructional Systems Developer and applied those skills by working in a team to develop a product from needs analysis, storyboarding, elearning product.