Utensil Etiquette

Utensil Etiquette

Sep 10, 2021

How do you place your fork and knife when you are done eating? Do you know how to communicate your pleasure or displeasure using just utensils? This week's E-Learning Challenge tasked learning designers with sharing an interactive example that teaches learners how to set a table. My goal was to create an interaction that involves the audience through passive learning. By shifting the goal to storytelling, I wanted to communicate the lesson without overwhelming the learner. Luckily, Vyond let me quickly create simple animations and GIFs.

The tricky part was adding interactions in Storyline. I got around it by using multiple slides and layers. By using transparent shapes, I was able to call attention to the interactive elements on the slide. In the end, the interaction is self-paced. Learners are able to choose their own paths.

The project ends with a drag-and-drop interaction that tests the learner's knowledge. You can check out the interaction for yourself. Bon Apetit!

Utensil Etiquette: https://360.articulate.com/review/content/46e90415-401f-48b3-a952-fce29a11dc35/review

Download: http://samuelapata.com/StorylineProjects/Utensil%20Etiquette.story

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