Articulate Storyline

Here are some examples of my Articulate Storyline Projects




Hampshire EMTAS EAL E Learning

The Hampshire EMTAS E Learning is a set of high-quality, cross-phase, interactive online training units based around catering for the needs of learners of English as an additional language (EAL).  It is aimed at Governors, Inclusion managers, Teachers and TAs/LSAs. It has particular relevance for NQTs and trainee teachers. The resource currently contains 7 units:

  • Introduction
  • Core principles
  • Working with parents
  • SEND:EAL Interface
  • Teaching and Learning
  • Bilingualism
  • Bilingual Conferencing
  • UASC in Care
  • The Culturally Inclusive School
  • First Language Assessment
  • Role of EAL coordinator

Visit the resource here


 Cool sliding menu

This is an easily configurable sliding menu. The menu opens and closes on the click of a tab at the side of the menu. Each menu item is linked to a new scene which can contain additional content. The menu is implemented via the slide master so that it is accessible on all slides, including newly created slide content.



Secret message reveal

This is a simple example of how to use a drag over interaction to show layers containing other information. The brush is draggable and when it drags over invisible areas on the scroll different layers are revealed. The partial text images were prepared in Photoshop and exported as .png files. The final element is to give the partial texts a fade in animation when the layer first shows. One additional trick is to ensure all the layers are set to show both the base layer and all the other layers and the brush resides on its own layer as well. Made for Articulate Heroes E learning Challenge No. 125 here.



Wheel of Fortune project

This is an easily customisable template for building a quiz around playing ‘Wheel of Fortune’.

A user has 5 spins of the wheel, initiated by clicking the ‘start’ segment. The system randomly spins the wheel which falls upon one of the sections. The sytem would jump to a quiz question and points would be accumulated or not depending on whether the user gets the question right or wrong. This is only the working template.

Note: will not work with non-flash enabled systems as it uses Javascriopt to randomly generate numbers.


simple people chart

Simple people chart

This chart is a simple way to show how data (as a percentage) change over time using a slider interaction. The people chart is one graphic that contains a number of different states that are activated according to the position of the slider. The project is easily editable because the little person icon can be duplicated within each state and repositioned over a blank person. Where part of a percentage is required the icon be cropped using the crop tool to reveal as much or as little of the whole person as required.