But of course, that’s not the reality for many of you and templates are part of the production process.
Since many of you are using PowerPoint and the resources on the Microsoft site here’s a link to the Microsoft EULA.
On resources shared: “…When you give others access to your content on the service, you grant them free, nonexclusive permission to use, reproduce, distribute, display, transmit, and communicate to the public the content solely in connection with the service and other products and services made available by Microsoft.
My first inclination is to look for a clean design with lots of open space so I have room to add my own content. I prefer designs that use the default color schemes in PowerPoint so that I can quickly add my own color schemes. If you’re a rapid elearning developer with a limited budget, then it’s time to train your eyes to look for the jewels mixed with the junk. Chalkboard: you can’t go wrong with a chalkboard template especially when it has a bunch of layouts. Interactive Progress Meter: the template is designed to measure fund raising progress but could easily be adapted to some sort of course progress meter or as a simple game-like measure. 10 Question Pop Quiz: comes with a classroom background slide and the pop quiz structure’s a good way to learn to use the selection pane and click and reveal triggers in PowerPoint. Also, don’t forget to take advantage of the free PowerPoint and Storyline templates in the Elearning Heroes community. As a developer working for one of those anal-retentive multibillion dollar corporations I know exactly the design restrictions that you describe Tom! So my advice is don’t ask permission, just try and play by the basic rules and maybe you won’t even have to ask for forgiveness either! I work for a not so big company now, and I hated our “branded PPT template” that was used for everything! To me, it’s more important to really engage learners than it is to acieve consistency, but that’s the opposite of the typical corporate mantra. The Rapid E-Learning Blog shares practical tips & tricks to help you become a rapid elearning pro. It is hosted byTom Kuhlmann who has over 20 years of hands-on experience in the training industry and currently runs the community at Articulate. Tab-style interactions are probably the most common type of elearning interactions and for good reason.
They’re also a great way to deal with an issue that plagues many elearning courses—locked navigation.


Tab interactions allow the controlled navigation that the client prefers and still gives the learners some freedom to explore the content and navigate as they wish.
Vertical and horizontal tabs typically consist of a navigation bar that contains the tabs; and the tabs are persistent across the screens with quick access to the other tabs. Hope you enjoy the free PowerPoint templates and that you can find uses for them in your online training programs. You can make modern interactive presentations using unique animated designs for PowerPoint like this tablet apps PPT template toolkit showing a tablet design with an interactive application. On one hand templates are great because they help guide the production process and maintain consistency.
When you first start building courses they help with developing a consistent design and course structure. In that case, it’s good to know what to look for and where to find templates that you can use. It doesn’t help to find a slick PowerPoint template and then realize that I can’t make it work with my organization’s colors. I was sitting outside a Starbucks once watching some crows pick through a garbage dumpster.
While you may not be able to use the template, you may be able to use some of the assets in it. Plus, there are so many applications for bull’s eye targets in elearning it doesn’t hurt to have at least one stand by template, even if it is real simple. Learn an assortment of production tips, interactive video, and how to build interactive elearning.
Learn an assortment of production tips, interactive video, and how to build interactive elearning. Register here. I create scratch templates that are corporate – branded, carry the IP restrictions and use the registed pantone coler as a key element. I messed with the slide master and eliminated all the junk that was crowding out my content. They’re easy to build and add a bit of interactivity to what would normally be linear content. People should have as much freedom as possible when navigating their online training because it’s part of their learning experience. The templates below are more proof of concept as I was showing how to create the tabbed interactions in PowerPoint.


I agree they are a bit dated but once you learn to build one it’s easy to make your own. This is good for the beginner or the organization that desires a defined look and experience. And then many organizations force draconian template rules on all elearning courses, regardless of their purpose. It made me think that in some ways we need to be like that when it comes to elearning assets.
The rest is a blank slate with variations in texture, light, art and shadow to do the creative stuff.
So the challenge is to make our courses look like they belong together (and belong to the organisation), without them looking like we made them with a cookie cutter! Here is the official description for Interactive Flash USA map: Our professionally-designed dynamic map has all the features you need for your web site or project. However, you’ll notice with a few of the templates below I added a persistent tab link at the bottom that matches the main tab screen.
Easy, you can for example use this template to model an application prototype using PowerPoint and design the app wireframes with interaction.
I worked for a multi-billion dollar company that had one official PowerPoint template that had to be used for all things PowerPoint regardless of what was being built.
The first is that there may be a thousand templates, but that’s not the same as a thousand good templates. So even if you don’t use the template, look at how it’s designed so that you can learn more about using PowerPoint. This is the ideal solution for dealer maps, branch locators, real-estate listings, or even visualizing statistics.
The quiz and progress meter templates are good examples of how to use the selection pane and interactive elements in PowerPoint. And, I attempt to take elements of them and translate them into e-Learning course templates for practice.



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