A few days ago, I came across a post on the e-Learning Heroes forums where Tom Kuhlmann showed the process he used to create a custom drag-and-drop interaction. In this case, it was designed to teach learners how to assemble a hamburger. After reviewing his sample, I came up with my own custom drag-and-drop! Click the image below to watch the demo or continue reading to learn more.
One out of three cocktails ordered in the U.S. contains vodka, a colorless, odorless, flavorless spirit. One of the first vodka-based cocktails was the screwdriver. Here’s an interesting snippet about where the name came from:
One of the first vodka-based cocktails, the screwdriver, is made from two ingredients: vodka and orange juice. In his book, Matus explains how the screwdriver got its name. Decades ago, American oil workers in the Persian Gulf discreetly added vodka to their orange juice while on the job. Lacking a spoon, the workers decided to stir the drink with a screwdriver.www.businessinsider.com
Building it in Storyline 360
My design includes a title slide, the interaction itself, and a slide to prompt the user if they add the ingredients in the wrong order. Yes, there is a correct order! It starts was ice cubes, then vodka, followed by orange juice. Stir it up, garnish with a slice of orange, add a straw and top it off with an umbrella! There you go, the secret to completing this interaction successfully. The interaction also includes some animation (all accomplished within Storyline 360), lots of triggers, state changes, variables, and conditions. Add the sound of dropping ice cubes in the glass and pouring the vodka and orange juice and you’ve got a mockup of how to make a screwdriver cocktail!
Enjoy this calorie and alcohol-free interaction! Click the glass below to watch the demo.