Robbie Collett Learning Experience Designer


Easy to play on paper, a beast to code in Storyline. The most challenging—and therefore fun—part, was getting the highlight rectangles to cycle through the options. Guaranteed to predict your future.

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The generic title both hides confidential information from the original, and alludes to the generic content brought from the SME’s. The existing training wasn’t cutting it; a slideshow with a quiz rarely does. This plus a new virtual training has turned things around. I just can’t tell you how.

Mountain Climber

“I wonder if I could recreate that in Storyline…” This time the thought came to me, it was regarding my favorite game on The Price Is Right: Cliffhangers. It was surprising how many extra variables and triggers it took to get it to subtract the lower of two variables from the higher.

The Love Potentiometer

A little bit more advanced maybe even legitimate version of MASH. One of the first, “I wonder if I could do that in Storyline” moments in my ID career. You enter names and numerical judgments and it spits out a compatibility judgment. What could go wrong?

A Sorting Test

A personal project, for a Harry Potter themed reunion, only instead of using the houses from the books, we got sorted into our four grandparents’ families. I wish I could have revealed the result at the end, but there was a whole ceremony for that, so I had to leave the results numerical.

Financial Products Compliance

If you can’t tell by the title, the content of this e-learning didn’t exactly generate a ton of intrinsic motivation. So I had the learners pick an avatar, and wrote it up conversation-style with sarcastic response options to make it more fun.

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