Tutorial with Voice Narration
This week I have worked on the First Actions Tutorial voice narration with Aarthi! Now we have a complete version of the tutorial in the following link:
I really liked how the Aarthi’s enthusiastic voice fit in the tutorial.
A special thanks to her for helping me with this!
After recording, I realized that, as a foreign student, I was reading too slow and leaving more time than necessary to read the subtitles, so I just had to make some more adaptations to synchronize subtitles and voice. Now it is ready to go to the Science Center. Any feedback from you, guys, is ever welcome!
I also finished my tags study sheet with the questions I will ask myself or the user in the Science Center to facilitate the note taking part.
In Caitlin’s blog post about the Remix demo in the Science Center, I found very good thoughts about the remix function that will probably work as a feedback to my first tutorial about Remix. Since she tested the same actions as I did (Julie’s Bow), I could get a superficial kind of user test result about the actions I was showing in the tutorial and understand in which part of the process they might get lost. I realized it was a mistake not showing them the help bar, it could be useful in case they don’t know what to do. So this is a first update to my previous video tutorial that will soon be with voice and also ready to be tested by kids.