Slideshow with Video: Rapid Prototyping
Developed for a UMass Instructional Design course, this presentation integrates video explanations using top-right-corner buttons. Although a team effort, I did the bulk of the development, while my partner focused on the research, and we shared in the delivery. Because this is positioned as a "stand-alone" presentation rather than narrated, slides have more text than they would otherwise, and make use of timed animations as well as explanatory videos. Attention was also given to the design of breadcrumbs and sectional titling.
The videos are stored on Google Drive so require the user to have a Google Apps acount to access them. They were recorded with Screencast-O-Matic, a free alternative to Camtasia.