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branched scenarios

A while back I shared some free illustrated backgrounds that you can use for your branched scenario courses in e-learning. Those worked great for the classic illustrated characters.

branched scenarios

I’ve been working on interactive scenarios for a few upcoming workshops and created some background images that we’ll use to build interactive branched scenarios. As you can see below, the backgrounds work well for the modern illustrated characters as well as with the photographic characters.

branched scenarios

The free download includes the original images as well as a folder with images cropped to 16:9 so they fit perfectly in 16×9 slides.

Bonus Tip for Branched Scenario Images

One way to use the images, is to create a course file and insert all of the backgrounds on different layouts in the master slide. This way you can have one starter file for those interactive scenarios and then dynamically select the layout when creating new slides. Here’s a tutorial that shows how to create templates for reusable interactive scenarios.

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Free Downloads

Here are links to download the backgrounds to use with your branched scenarios.

I hope you can use them in your courses and for your branched scenarios. If you do, let me know.


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4 responses to “Free Branched Scenario Backgrounds”

Thanks for your generosity, Tom. This is a great selection for office-based scenarios.

Have a great day!

Thank you again Tom. You provide a great service to your customers will all the free resources and tips you supply. Very much appreciated.

October 3rd, 2018

@Brandan and Rick: thanks for the kind words. Hope the graphics work for you.

Thanks for sharing!