What better way to showcase a drag & drop interaction than by pairing it with something you love? This single slide interaction utilizes drag/drop, a score variable, LOTS of layers and triggers, and lets the learner have fun along the way! Even more fun if you're an ATLA fan!
I wanted to get a new Storyline project here on the portfolio since the other two are... well, just okay. I played around with some interactions, chose a relevant and timely topic, and sought feedback from peers. Read a little more about it here, and click the picture to view the project.
This was inspired by an eLearning Heroes challenge. In essence, I wanted to create animations that revealed layers of the timeline. It was tricky for sure! The hardest part was having the other buttons revert back to normal states and not remain selected. But I learned a lot by doing this one.
Part of the CSUB Tip of the Week series. This is a quick screencast created from what was once a document showing faculty how to implement Class Climate into their Canvas courses for easy student feedback.
If your knowledge base is lacking... Or your users need some tutorials for your software... MittsTech has you covered. Here is the promo video I made for my main focus as an instructional designer: Screencasting as a Service!
An instructor wanted something to distribute to students to get them up and running with Zoom. With a little elbow grease, I whipped this up for her to share with her class. It's quick, to the point, and gives them exactly what they need!
My university puts out a "Tip Of the Week" every week, and [yours truly] does the voiceover and video creation for it. Here is an example of using Ally, the accessibility checker, in our LMS, Canvas. I always try to keep in mind that shorter is often better for these types of tutorials.
The college needed a quick turnaround for this promotional piece, but all they had was an idea and a loose script. I used Envato Elements stock footage & music inside of Camtasia to create a video for them to use on their site. And the voiceover was done by me in my home studio!
When all you get is a script and a few screenshots, what do you do? Animate the assets available in Camtasia! Also, pull in a few icons from Icon Monster! Reinventing the wheel is NOT always necessary to get a clean final product!
I continually spend/have spent many hours receiving voiceover coaching across a variety of genres from coaches who work in the voiceover industry.
Having an ID that doubles as a voice artist (VA) is both convenient and cost-effective! Ask about bundling VO with eLearning dev to reduce cost.
I have a vocal isolation booth, a TLM 103 microphone, and an SSL2+ interface. All audio delivered will be mastered, so your files will be ready to use immediately.