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free images for interactive branched scenarios

Here are some free images for interactive scenarios. They go with the other free images I shared earlier. I use them for practice files in our e-learning workshops where we learn to build interactive, branched scenarios. They’re perfect for your scenario-based training and free to use.

These images are focused on hallways and such and a bit more generic with the white walls.

interactive branched scenario

As you can see below, they’re perfect for staging conversations and scenarios and they work great with both the photographic and illustrated characters that come with Articulate 360.

interactive branched scenarios

interactive branched scenario example

As noted in the previous post, one tip is to add all of the images to a single file and then you can dynamically switch the backgrounds as you need. Open the master slide and create a layout for each image. Save the file as a template and you’re all set. Here’s a tutorial that shows how to create templates for reusable interactive scenarios.

how to use interactive branched scenario images

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8 responses to “Free Images for Interactive Scenarios”

Tom, these are fantastic. Thank you!!

These are great! Thanks Tom.

January 22nd, 2019

Thanks, Tom!

January 23rd, 2019

Really handy backgrounds – Thanks for sharing Tom!

January 23rd, 2019

Awesome!

Hi – thanks as always for the resources.

If possible I try and use photos from the office where the people using the learning are based, as I believe that adding a bit of reality increases learner engagement.

Of course that is not always possible, and also some scenes need to be on neutral ground.

I’ll drop by and say hi in London at Learning Technologies!

These are fantastic. Thanks, Tom!

February 8th, 2019

Oh my ! Those are great, many thanks !
Usually for free pictures I use Pexels, Unsplash and of course Pixabay, but they are mostly photos and / or too complex.