Today I bumped into a featured Articulate Storyline2 template that Nicole Legault created. It’s a really nice and simple way so share do’s and dont’s with your learning but could also be used presenting them with bold statements and asking how these feel (e.g. statements managers could make regarding sick employees: “Reporting in sick is a choice!”). You basically could turn any bulleted list into something like this (just don’t overdo it).
I loved the simplicity of this template so much I quickly decided to create an Articulate Studio version for it in PowerPoint.
The template features:
- 4 slides, including a start and finish slide
- Easily adaptable color scheme, font’s etc.
- A background in the PowerPoint slide master
- Works for all versions of Articulate Studio
If you want to add additional slides just copy the last one and duplicate the ‘card’ shape. Rotate it in a different position so the cards in the deck keep stacking up at slightly different angles. When you’ve created all additional slides make sure you’ve got your next buttons in place (just copy them from the existing slides, by default they’ve got a hyperlink to the next slide). Voila, you’re done!
So many kudos again for Nicole for designing and developing the Storyline template. She Rocks!
If you like this PowerPoint/Articulate Studio template or have any questions please let me know in the comments below!