A scrolling panel to reveal a conversation – @Articulate Storyline

In this video, I share an idea I came up with to present interactions and conversations in a given scenario.
The speech and thought bubbles graphics I used can be downloaded here: http://community.articulate.com/forums/p/26645/147123.aspx


5 thoughts on “A scrolling panel to reveal a conversation – @Articulate Storyline

  1. Pretty cool treatment! I love that you are sharing new and interesting ways to feature scenarios and/or conversations within Storyline. I am the Director of Solutions Architecture and often times our clients are interested in scenario based training and/or conversation simulators. We use Storyline as a development platform to meet the requests of our clients or the mobile needs they may have. Recently, a colleague of mine, Misha Milshtien, authored a blog featuring Articulate tools and what a diverse and easy tool to use…check it out! Thanks once again for sharing such a creative idea!

  2. Kerri – good seeing you on the same blog.

    Mayra – great video, thank you. Our most common use for the scrolling panes is the custom transcript panel. Works well with only two main issues

    1) scrolling does not always work well on iPad html5 distribution. It does work most of the time, but with a bit of a lag
    2) my biggest wish for the future Storyline updates – ability to share the objects between the screens. If I can ever create something (in this case a transcript window) once, and then have multiple screens inherit it – I will be the happiest storyliner ever 🙂

    • Hi Misha and Kerri,

      Thank you for sharing your thoughts. I apologize to you because I had to edit a little bit your comments. My aim with this blog is to only promote discussion, new ideas and resources exchange… and I really feel I have to be faithful to that.

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