I created 4 slides demo about lack of qualified staff ready to help in Africa. This mobile size interaction was showcased by Articulate at DevLearn Conference 2014 in Las Vegas.
I designed this 5 topics tab demo with big circle content placeholder in the centre. More text is visible after clicking small rounded buttons at the bottom. Another white dot indicates which topic is viewed.
I created short game with Zombies attacking a house and your aim is to protect it. Motion paths were very helpful. Enjoy!
I designed an interactive menu card with dishes (client's wishes while working on e-learning projects) to choose from. Fancy classic navigation burger?
It was a tough challenge. I didn't know anything about this sport. Finally I decided to focus on the basics - a ball. Do you know what's the size of the ball, how much it weighs and what maximum speed it can achieve? You'll find it out by viewing the demo.
I'm 127% cycling fan - so couldn't imagine any other data to present as these related to BIKES! I absolutely love the idea using bike image as a slider.
Here are top 5 European countries with most bicycles per capita. Do you already know what's the number one?
I liked this challenge very much! I created a memory game which aim was very clearly defined: you as a Santa need to match the right gift to the right kid. Had so much fun working on the game! Try this out and make all the children happy with the presents.
Dogs are so cute and called as "man's best friends" - that's why I created this special, mobile phone size, edition of the Dog Magazine with the real expert's advices on how to travel safely with your dog. Have a look at how a bone slider presents some important information.
It took me around an hour to create an entry for this challenge - it's definitely the quickest submission I've designed so far. How do you like my favourite quote? And what's yours?
I really liked this challenge idea. I created a fake invoice for Unicorn Training using the company's colours and branding elements. Small blue triangles with a shadow placed in every corner emphasized a 3D effect. Everything was done in...PowerPoint.
My community fellows came up with a lot of brilliant ideas for this challenge. I decided to create something both educational and engaging the same time. Learn to count and save a tree was the game I designed as my entry. The aim was to show how recycling can help to take care of the nature. Do you know how many kg of recycled paper can save a tree's life?
Memory games are really cool. So with a lots of variables, triggers and states I built a "match the pairs" game in my portfolio. Medical icons were used as the symbols to match. My creativity exploded with another submission - which was medical tabs template and PowerPoint icons which are free to download in Freebies section.
For me, progress is a kind of journey. So the first thought was to build something around...a tube! You have to decide how many stops you need to go, and where/when to change to achieve your final destination. Some triggers track the 3 tube lines journey. Enjoy your ride.
I combined for this project a slider and some variables. There are two sliders showing some data as X and Y axis. The output is an interactive order form for...cookies factory. So - how many cookies do you want to order today?
I wanted to create something outstanding, really outside of the box. There are only few of my entries with sound effects - so this was a perfect chance to play around with love songs, but...in reversed way. It's one of my favourite submissions - the idea is unusual and there's no red colour at all! Put your headphones on and check your knowledge in love songs played backwards.
I bet this challenge will be the one with the most submissions ever! Many designers participated in this funny challenge practicing their design, typography, and layout skills.
My example was about Comic Sans font - one of the most disliked fonts by designers.
My thoughts appeared in this order:
- to borrow a toy (what? from who?)
- to tell a nice story using this toy (about what?)
- to do a shooting session (where?)
As a result you can see a teddy bear, who is guiding you through his day as an e-learning designer at Unicorn Training.
I love animations, love the graphics being alive and telling a nice story. I used play around a lot with Flash few years back, so couldn't imagine something else than using an old Flash animation and combine it with Storyline 2. It's a short interaction showing how to animate a mouse...with a surprise at the end. Check yourself what was it.
NB. May not work on mobile devices as it contains Flash animation.
An idea for this challenge popped out in my head during this year Easter. Placing a funny emoji expression on an egg's face would be a cool effect - I thought. And I wasn't wrong. Finally I created a short memory game about recreating egg's emoji which was first shown for only 1 second. Check it out.
After learning some interesting mysteries I finally decided to go for the...sneezing and pepper subject.
Some animations in SL 2 allowed me to show how the piperine (an alkaloid in pepper) irritates the nerve endings in your nose, which makes you sneeze. There are some interesting facts on pepper and sneezing as well.
Check how many times will you sneeze during interacting with the demo.
Click link below to launch the demo and you'll see no photo gallery at all. Why? You need to take the photos first by yourself - just click the red button and see how the photo flies out of the camera. Then explore all the photos in full view.
decided to show a different approach on interactive maps. Instead of inserting another map screenshot I used some magic! All the ingredients are listed below:
- some hand drawn images
- a pencil
- a napkin
- good source of information.
And it's done! Check out the most popular London attractions shown in a creative way.
I really loved my first tape recorder and a plenty of cassettes standing in a row on the shelf. And this sentimental memory was the inspiration for creating my soundboard. You can choose any of the seven cassettes to hear different movie quotation. Check it out how the tape recorder rolls spin and the play/stop button switches after finishing audio.
I was fascinated by 'Escape the room' type game, so decided to try build one in Storyline. The work was divided into main 4 parts:
- non-digital planning and sketching
- drawing in PowerPoint
- building the game in Storyline
- testing, testing and testing.
Can you escape the room?
If you like tricky games and good design, check this interaction out.
It took me around 4 hours to build up my project which consisted of: designing pin board, editing some photos, creating 3 newspaper covers, drawing freeform newspaper scraps, moving all the graphics to Storyline and adding short feedback.
Play the interaction if you'd like to know whether boxing, cycling or yoga is my small sports lie.
I thought it would be a nice idea to show how the Articulate's website layout has changed, using a slider in Storyline 2. Some Photoshop was in essential as well. Check it out!
I like to use full screen high quality images, which with relevant text/information have an enormous impact on the viewers.
And there's a lot of tools, which you can use to build powerful and meaningful presentations/e-learning courses.
Well there's a trend to design websites this way and make them more engaging. Our next challenge was to design any interaction using video as a background.
I've built my portfolio mostly by entering Articulate's weekly e-learning challenges, which are great opportunity to learn and share some knowledge, build new skills and meet other e-learning professionals from all over the world.
Select an image to read detailed description of a project together with a link to view it. All projects are built in Storyline which is my favourite e-learning tool.