Takes place on 2018 March 1 at 1600 hrs (UK)
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On 1st March conducted a bespoke session for designers who are looking at different ways of working with buttons.
We provided some guidance on how to work with buttons in general, then gave examples of how we can make them more engaging and interesting using the features and tools in Articulate 360/3.
If you have any questions about buttons we will also try to answer them even after the sessoion.
We were accompanied by Nicola from the Articulate team and the Omniplex team as well for additional support and guidance.
You are encouraged to share your ideas of working with buttons in comment area or on the MeetUp forum for Articulate London group.
Articulate community examples links:
Here are some examples I saw on various youtube and Articulate community links on buttons:
How to create animated buttons in @Articulate Storyline
Articulate Storyline tutorial: How to turn any shape into a custom button
Articulate Storyline tutorial: Creating conditional elearning navigation buttons
Articulate Storyline tutorial: Adding a special symbol or image to a button
Articulate Storyline tutorial: How and why to create a button se
Articulate Storyline tutorial: Change the visited state on objects and buttons
Articulate Storyline tutorial: Remove shadow from button text
Articulate Storyline Tabs Interaction tutorial: Adding new tabs to the button set (7/12)
Articulate Storyline tutorial: Use states to imply movement & give visual feedback
Articulate Storyline Tutorial: How to change button states using variables
Dr Nadia Siddiqui
An experienced, qualified, and creative Training and development professional and eLearning developer with a “get it right the first time” attitude, equally adept at strategic planning and tactical execution, of Classroom training and eLearning projects.