Title: Designing for accessibility with Storyline 360

Context: Learning should be accessible to people of all abilities. Disabilities can be situational, temporary or permanent but this should not hinder learners ability to access learning.

Challenge: Instructional designers new to accessibility often face the challenge of being unfamiliar to accessibility features and how to apply them in their trainings when designing with Storyline 360.

Solution: A training with step-by-step instructions that explains three accessibility features and how to apply them when creating learning for all abilities.

Result: Instructional designers are able to apply accessibility features to Storyline 360 and enhance learning experiences for learners who use assistive devices.

Tools used: Articulate Rise, Articulate Storyline 360, Canva, Camtasia, MS PowerPoint.

Title: Interactive tour of Kauai

Context: As an avid traveler, I like to explore, learn and create a visual map of the places I am about to visit. I created this interactive experience after a trip to the island of Kauai to help future travelers gain a glimpse into the beautiful island. Many of the images from the trip are my own.

Challenge: I wanted futures travelers to experience snorkeling in the ocean and the attractions in Kauai.

Solution: An interactive tour of Kauai which features a snorkeling video, a 360 panoramic tour and local attractions.

Result: An immersive experience that allows the learner to simulate the actual location.

Tools: Articulate Storyline 360, Canva. Camtasia.

Title: Gender Gap in STEM

Context: Women are vastly under-represented in the STEM field.

Challenge: Bias and stereotypes about women in STEM discourage girls at a young age and by the time girls are in high school, many are not interested in pursuing a STEM field.

Solution: An animated video that explains how women can be supported to pursue STEM fields by their family and community.

Result: An eye-opening PSA that lists strategies to empower women in the STEM field.

Tools : MS PowerPoint, Audacity, Vyond

Title: How to start your day with a miracle?

Context: Every morning staff at Creative technologies started their work day on the wrong note. They didn't have time to reflect or work on their goals leading to frustration and burn out.

Challenge: To develop microlearning that is quick but packs a punch and is easy to practice before starting work.

Solution: A short bite-sized learning was created which was easily accessible on the phone and took only 6 minutes to practice.

Result: Each employee has been able to make time to reflect and work towards their current and future goals, which in turn has helped employee mental well-being and company culture.

Tools: 7 taps, Canva, Inspired by the book "The Miracle Morning" by Hal Elrod.