#148: It’s All About the Checklist!


For those of you who don’t know, Articulate hosts weekly challenges that provide ongoing opportunities for you to learn, share, and build your e-learning portfolios. I decided to join in the fun and work on building my skills, meet people, and share what I’ve learned.

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E-learning Challenge #148 was to share an example that demonstrates how checklist interactions can be used in e-learning.


I live in Florida and just recently went through Hurricane Matthew. So when presented with the idea of checklists, the first thing that came to mind was a hurricane checklist because as Floridians we take our hurricane preparations seriously!!!


My design was a simple idea. I used a hurricane background. I then added my checklist that displayed an image of the item when the checkbox was clicked.


I like what I created but I think I’m going to invest in purchasing a subscription for photos for a better look!

What do you think about my checklist? Do you have one to share?

Please share your thoughts and ideas directly in the comments.

Yours Truly,




Jessica Fernandez, PhD

eLearning GEEK

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2 thoughts on “#148: It’s All About the Checklist!

  1. Hi Jessica,
    I liked what you did in here. It is clean and simple.
    I was thinking what I would do differently or add more. Then I had an idea which won’t change your design a lot.
    Let’s say if we show all the items at first but with mono colors and when the users click on the items on the list, they move into a bag, and there will be a short message why and how they will need them if a hurricane hits.
    It is just an idea.
    Keep up with the good work,

    1. eLearning GEEK

      Hi Ridvan! Thank you for leaving a comment. I LOVE the ideas you provided! I will keep you posted but I think I will try and implement those ideas and post the edits in a new blog post. I appreciate your feedback. Thanks, Jessica

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