Accessibility Storyline 360 Tips
Consider all of your users and their individual needs.
Full of great tips, and it's clear and concise!
Full of great tips, and it's clear and concise!Read Less
This document shares our lessons learned at Belvista Studios, which will support you in achieving a more accessible eLearning course using Storyline 360. It focuses on the alt-tabbing component of accessibility and will help you to avoid rework and learn from potential mistakes (let’s just say that we've made them for you 😏).
Accessibility is a method that provides more learners with a better chance to succeed.
It is good practice to design a course that considers accessibility and it is also important that you find out if your client’s course must meet a minimum standard of accessibility (e.g. A, AA or AAA).
The level of accessibility for a course can completely change how you design, including the colours that you use, how objects are labelled, how media is displayed and the overall development structure of the course.
There are a lot of things to consider when making a course accessible with alt-tabbing but we have worked hard over the years to figure out the best way to do it and we’ve narrowed it down to 13 useful tips to make it a simpler process for you. Once you are familiar with these key tips, incorporating alt-tabbing into future projects will be better.
Provides you with a better understanding of how to add alt-tabbing to a Storyline 360 course.
Provides you with the confidence to successfully create an accessible eLearning course using Storyline 360.
Instructional design or eLearning freelancers, consultants and agencies who want to:
Create more user-friendly courses for their clients.
Develop courses that better align with the accessibility standards when it comes to alt-tabbing.
Incorporate alt-tabbing into their eLearning to ensure learners of all abilities are being considered.
Alt-Tabbing Storyline 360 Tips
Kim is the founder of Belvista Studios, an award-winning instructional design and eLearning studio. Kim has significant experience in the industry, being involved in not only the hands-on aspects of the instructional designer role but also the business building and marketing aspect of the industry. Her passion for instructional design and eLearning, along with her relentless efforts to gain a strong handle on how to market what we do at Belvista Studios, has led her to create helpful resources to support others in the industry.