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Portfolio Muhammad 'Roel' Islam

Tag: e-learning

[Storyline] Creating a Custom Progress Bar in Storyline

In this quick tutorial, I am going to show you how to “quickly” create a custom progress bar in Articulate Storyline 360 and using the inbuild slide numbering variables that comes with Articulate 360 (as per 2020, this is not yet available in Articulate Storyline 3). Preparing the canvas First step is create a new

The Alarm

This is a small internal e-learning module I did for fun at the office. The highlight of this module is the opening video which I shot with my Samsung A50 camera and edited/put together using Freevideoeditor by VideoSoftdev. The additional text was done in Articulate Storyline 360, additional artwork was done Adobe Photoshop and drawn

[Storyline] Turning a list into a click and reveal activity

E-learning materials are often sourced from bullet ridden Powerpoints slide. One way to make it more engaging is to turn the list into a click and reveal, there are many way to do achieve this. Here I am going to show you how an example on how to change this slide that was originally with

[Storyline] Using the Dial as part of a Question Slide

In the previous post I shared steps on how to make a digital scale using the Dial facility in Articulate Storyline. In this post I am going to share on how to use the Digital Scale in a question slide/assessment slide. Here is the final output. There is a small animation on the Incorrect response

[Storyline] Building a welcome page in AS360

Time lapse video of me building in Articulate Storyline 360. Developing time about 2 hours Layout, Design and assets by Tanzeel Ayub This demo is made by Cursim Team of Omniplex Group Background music “No Better Noise” by Speck 2018 – Licensed under Creative Commons Attribution Noncommercial (3.0)   Final Output (with some slide serving as placeholder) Click

[E-learning] Multiple Blank Filling Exercises

Storyline 2 can only put one blank filling exercise per slide through their freeform option. This is a work around so a slide can have more than one blank filling exercise in a slide. This e-learning has been demoed at the Learning Technologies 2017 for Omniplex/Cursim Illustration done in Adobe Illustrator, E-learning done in Articulate