This demo was created in collaboration with Nice Media to showcase Elucidat's video and audio capabilities. From background video to interactive video branching and autoplaying soundscapes, you can browse different examples through our microlearning menu.
This example shows the power of storytelling for learning. This subtly interactive, longer-form story uses music clips and imagery to help immerse users, and spark their imagination. (Check out the Designer's Cut video for insight into the design thinking behind this example.)
A personalized experience that asks learners to reflect on their delegation style before offering up a tailored action plan. It includes a scenario with social polls provides an opportunity to put new techniques into practice and makes use of rules and clips to personalize the experience.
An interactive one-page resource for new starters that proves digital learning can be short, simple and still valuable. Choose your preferred language at the start to see Elucidat's multi-language feature in action.
An audio-driven, first-person scenario that helps sales staff learn by practicing in a simulated environment. A great example of how 'grown-up games' can be effective learning tools. Includes use of audio players, branching, points and timers.
See interactive video stories in action. In this example from the Open University, you can choose a character to help, then watch your decisions play out in a branching video story. It uses video players, rules, branching, social polls and layout designer.
A toolkit for managers that diagnoses their issues and provides tailor-made help. It uses rules, clips, social polls and embedded content and offers resources from an embedded AndersPink briefing that updates daily.
Are you struggling to bring dry content to life? Want to keep your elearning simple but still make sure it's effective? This example shows how a role selector and carefully chosen wording and interactions can make your content engaging. (To get a look behind the scenes, check out our Designer's Cut blog and video.)
Do you want to increase engagement with your text-heavy content? This ebook-style example shows how to use chapters, menus, column layouts and note-taking features to present your information in a digestible format. (To learn more about how this showcase was put together, see our Designer's Cut blog and video.)
Can you tell when someone is lying to you? This practical activity from the Open University is a great example of active, social learning. Watch the videos, cast your votes, then find out how you compare against others. It uses social polls, clips and video players.
Answer two questions about your elearning challenges and get some free tips and guides specific to you. This short diagnostic is a great example of personalized learning and curation, as well as a useful resource for you! This example uses rules, branching and layout designer.
Is it really a big deal? This course asks learners to judge real situations and uses social polls to compare their views with others. An effective and memorable way of encouraging compliant behaviors using Likert questions, social polls and points.
How do juries decide if someone is guilty? Step into their shoes in this immersive scenario and see how features like social polls and clips help you reflect and find the truth. Created with the Open University.
This Health and Safety course shows how Elucidat can display images differently, depending on the screen size your learner is using. It also uses a clever (and responsive!) visual menu to explore different areas of the workplace.