7 Effective Storyline Video Examples You Can Easily Recreate

Written by
Kevin Alster
Published on
June 12, 2024
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If you are a course creator, an L&D professional, or a designer who majors in video creation, you may be familiar with the Articulate Storyline tool.

When it comes to digital work, one broad KPI is engagement. And engagement is dependent on aesthetics, layout, and creative outlook. If your structure is repetitive in its design, you might be missing the mark on creating an engaging and interactive e-learning experience for your audience. It means you need to review your development process.

While there are a plethora of features within the tool to help you make your videos more interactive and engaging, you may be lacking ideas on concepts. Do you include a quiz or integrate your slides?

Well, we have curated some video examples that can show just how much more engaging your videos can become with Storyline.

Here are some Storyline interactive video examples you can draw inspiration from. Feel free to use them as they are too!

1. Conflict of Interest Course

Example: Conflict of interest course

This is a complete Storyline video example for case studies or company training. It has different pause points that allow embedding other visuals or materials to relate to your community in practice.

Why we like it:

  • It is simple to curate with Storyline.
  • The interactive video will facilitate a more engaging e-learning experience for your viewers.
  • The video is divided into sections allowing some videos or slides to be embedded or attached.
  • It juxtaposes slides with a video.

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2. Customer Testimonial Video

Example: Grocery customer testimonials

This is an excellent example of a video incorporating real people's feedback.

Why we like it:

  • It is super interactive in its layout and delivery. A presenter who narrates and guides the learner makes it personal. The incorporation of different people talking about their experiences can improve credibility.
  • The integration is smooth. The video combines a series of clips into one.

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3. Demo Quiz

Example: Quiz feedback in Articulate

See this sample as a demo that can be used as a template to make quiz-type videos or anything that requires active feedback. It's pretty brilliant because it integrates a quiz with a video.

Why we like it:

  • It is a very creative way to get employee and customer feedback.
  • It encourages the learner to provide feedback on the spot.
  • An interesting approach to learning. It uses a quiz to ascertain how much your audience has learned from previous material or any experience they may have had before the training.

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4. Food Allergy Training Course

Example: Food allergy Articulate course demo

Use this template for complex or challenging topics. It allows you to explain with both a presenter who stays on screen and with slides, info cards, or charts.

Why we like it:

  • It is a simple yet interactive video template to discuss anything. You can use it to expound on a difficult topic or elaborate on a complex one.
  • This video uses a unique combination of slide and video in which the slide content is presented in the frame of the presenter. Anyone watching can easily follow the text and listen to the audio while maintaining a connection with the presenter.
  • The layout is simple and engaging.

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5. Content Moderation Course

Cloneable Content Moderation Course: AI presenter included

Specifically, this video serves as a prime example of a Synthesia and Storyline video. It is a video-slide combo. However, this one displays the video and slide side by side instead of juxtaposing the two elements in one frame.

Why we like it:

  • It is easy to recreate.
  • The ease of creating it doesn't reduce its interactivity.
  • It has a simple layout.

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6. Diversity Dilemma Course

Example: Diversity dilemma video course

Do you want to incorporate multiple scenarios in your video? It can get complex to recreate multiple videos and place them side by side, as seen in one of the examples above. This video uses info cards at different points.

Why we like it:

  • It offers an immersive e-learning experience.
  • The multiple points of view pose a positive challenge to the learners. Understanding the interactions between the different scenarios deepens engagement.

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7. Storyline Template for Interaction

Storyline Template for Interaction (Fully customizable)

This Synthesia video template gives learners a tutorial on the different interactive video styles they can replicate in their videos. There are options for pop-ups, slides, etc.

You can experiment with these features to see what works for your video type.

Why we like it:

  • It offers tips on how to create quizzes that your learners can answer.
  • It lists all the available options for both experienced and beginner-level users. This way, you can use the software regardless of your knowledge base.

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Ready to create your own Storyline video?

You can use these examples as templates or recreate your own, using them as inspiration to augment your research. Synthesia can be integrated with Articulate Storyline software to bring your creative ideas to life.

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