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Interactive elements storyboard

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Interactive elements storyboard

  1. 1. STORYBOARD EXCERPTS Excerpts from various storyboards, describing different types of interactions. Anita Kumar anita.elearning@gmail.com
  2. 2. Click and Reveal Tabs (Accordion Style) Interaction The learner must click the vertical tabs to view the corresponding content.
  3. 3. Product Life Cycle Decline Maturity Growth Introduction This stage of the cycle is usually the most expensive for a company launching a new product. The size of the market for the product is small, which means sales are low, although they could increase. The cost of research and development, consumer testing, and the marketing needed to launch the product can be very high, especially if the product belongs to a competitive sector. Introduction
  4. 4. Product Life Cycle Decline Introduction Growth In this stage, the product is accepted by the market. The position of the product should be established and profit margins should be improved. Manufacturing costs can be brought down and a variety of promotional activity may be used to encourage sales. Growth Maturity
  5. 5. Product Life Cycle Decline Growth Introduction Maturity The product is established during the maturity stage. In this stage, the company aims to maintain the market share that it has built up. This is often the most competitive time for most products. Hence, businesses need to invest wisely in any marketing they undertake during this stage. They also need to consider any product modifications or improvements to the production process. Maturity
  6. 6. Product Life Cycle Growth Introduction Decline This is the last stage in the product life cycle. In this stage, there is a fall in both sales and profits. In spite of the challenges in this stage, manufacturers can continue to make a reasonable profit from their product in this stage. Decline Maturity
  7. 7. Click Hot Spot Interaction The learner must click the blinking hotspots to learn about employees located in different departments.
  8. 8. Alertness to Social Engineering 1 Click the hotspots to know the types of training that employees have recently taken. 1 3 2
  9. 9. Alertness to Social Engineering 1 David has recently completed Diversity Training. The training has helped him increase his awareness, knowledge, and skills related to different cultures and identity groups. back
  10. 10. Alertness to Social Engineering back 2Alex has successfully completed a rigorous Quality Training course that will help him prevent, detect and eliminate non-quality items in the organization.
  11. 11. Drag and Drop Text Interaction The learner must drag and drop the text options into their respective pages to listen to the point related to that option. In this example, the navigation is forced as it is not an assessment. Thus, the learner can move the text option only to the correct page.
  12. 12. Drag the options to the appropriate page to learn more about the differences between Java and Python. Differences Between Java and Python Dynamic Typing Indentation Braces Static Typing Portability Speed
  13. 13. Drag the options to the appropriate page to learn more about the differences between Java and Python. Differences Between Java and Python Static Typing Dynamic Typing Indentation BracesPortability Speed
  14. 14. Drag the options to the appropriate page to learn more about the differences between Java and Python. Differences Between Java and Python Dynamic TypingStatic Typing Portability Indentation Braces Speed
  15. 15. Drag and Drop Image Interaction The learner must drag and drop the images into the empty circle provided. When an image is dropped into the circle, the corresponding explanatory text is displayed.
  16. 16. Security Concerns of Employees The security concerns of different employees in an organization are different.All employees must receive security training based on their individual security concerns. MODULE 1 Drag each employee’s image to the Drop Person Profile Here circle to view their unique security concerns. Drop Person Profile Here.
  17. 17. Security Concerns of Employees Position: Accountant SecurityConcerns: Sheryl is responsible for ensuring that the company accomplishes the daily tasks necessary for the company to meet its strategic goals. She is concerned with the downtime that occurs whenever there is a security breach. Sheryl Hanks The security concerns of different employees in an organization are different.All employees must receive security training based on their individual security concerns. MODULE 1 more Drag each employee’s image to the Drop Person Profile Here circle to view their unique security concerns.
  18. 18. Thank You!

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