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e-learning examples that are nice

Many of you know I’m a big fan of the e-learning challenges posted each week in the community. The intent is to get you to think about different ways to see the tools, be inspired by other examples, and practice using the software to learn new production tips.

I am always impressed with the diverse ideas that are demonstrated each week by both experienced and novice developers. On occasion I like to feature specific participants because they do really nice work and offer some creative ideas.

Today, I’d like to feature Andrzej Jabłoński. He really comes up with some interesting ideas and he often shares the files so that you can learn how he created what he did. This is the spirit of community in action. Here are a few of his recent challenge entries.

E-Learning Example: Leadership Template

This is one of my favorite demos in all of the challenges. There’s an elegance to the template structure and playfulness with the subtle animations. And yet, because he started with an existing graphic, it’s relatively easy to build something similar, especially for the person with minimal graphic design skills who has to work with stock imagery.

e-learning example 1

E-Learning Example: Paper Cutout Effect

I love the visuals in this one and the depth created with the paper cutout look. He always does a nice job with the animations in his demo and this one features some moving next buttons and bring content in and out of the screen.

e-learning example 2

E-Learning Example: Meet the Team Interaction

Great use of the flashcard effect with really nice animations. There are a lot of interesting production tips to glean from this demo.

e-learning example 3

E-Learning Example: Space Game Navigation

This mimics an older arcade style game. This is a great demo to deconstruct so you can learn more about working with keyboard-based navigation. And there’s an off/on audio toggle.

e-learning example 4

E-Learning Example: Miscellaneous

Scenario Ideas

Exploration Activities

These are great activities to build familiarity with content, especially imagery or terms. They’re simple game activities, but can be sued effectively in many e-learning course contexts.

Andrzej is just one of the many talented e-learning developers who regularly participate in e-learning challenges. I’ll feature more in the future.

Hopefully, you’ll be inspired to participate and share some of your own ideas. If not, at least make it a point to check them out each week to see what people share. And take advantage of the free tips and downloads that you can use to learn and build your own courses.

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5 responses to “Check Out These Cool E-Learning Examples”

August 13th, 2019

How about a cute zombie variation on duck hunt?

Made this about 2 years ago in an afternoon, it’s a little buggy but generally works just fine.

http://www.teajaydesign.com/ZombieHunt/story_html5.html

August 13th, 2019

Great post Tom!

Andrzej is definitely an amazing designer, so creative!

Thanks for sharing these examples, I had seen most, but not the space cut out one, and it looks and works absolutely beautifully!

Do you have the storyline file for the Vertical Infographic example? I was trying to create a project where the screen scrolls up or down, with a transition, but I couldn’t figure out how to apply more than one transition to a slide.

August 19th, 2019

@Annie: I don’t have the file, but you could try to connect with him in the community and see if he’ll share it.

August 19th, 2019

Awesome examples. Thank you for sharing


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