Last updated on January 22nd, 2022 at 08:27 pm
Building a Medical Binder
Image description: A white desk sits against a textured cement wall. On the left is a plant, headphones, a coffee cup, and a cup with writing utensils. An all-in-one computer is off-center and on the screen is an image of the title page of “Building a Medical Binder”. There are navigational tabs on the right and 3 masked individuals below.
Self-directed learning and healthcare advocacy
Canva, Articulate Storyline 360
Health-conscious individuals interested in organizing their medical information
For my second project created in Storyline, I chose to create a 5-tab interaction. This inspiration came from the Articulate Community’s E-learning Challenge #2. I loosely followed the guidelines and tapped into my creativity and medical organization experience.
I wanted to create something beautiful and useful in the healthcare advocacy work that I do. A medical binder is something that has tremendously helped me as someone with multiple rare disorders. I wanted to be able to share my knowledge and what has worked for me over the years in a neat, clean, and interactive format.
I created the presentation in Canva and saved it as a PowerPoint file. I then imported the presentation in its entirety to a new project in Storyline. I quickly learned that my graphics did not carry over and some of the fonts did not show up properly.
No problem! A quick Google search led me to information on how to troubleshoot the issues and make some adjustments. I also learned several things to avoid or do differently for my next project, to ensure a smoother import.