Deck Aesthetics & Admin Features

Deck Aesthetics & Admin Features

Deck Overview & Aesthetics

Decks are the container or repository for a specified number of Cards. A Deck typically addresses one topic or module of learning.
A FLIP deck is uniquely designed with micro-learning in mind. A best practice for deck development is to keep card count at an average of 15 cards for a single topic or learning module. 

Decks are elegantly limited in their design features.
  1. Title - The title is carried over to the top, once inside a Deck. Try and keep it to 40 characters.
  2. Icon - This is displayed just before the tile when inside a Deck.
  3. Color - You can choose from your uploaded brand colors or input a custom HEX value. The color becomes the backdrop within a Deck.
  4. Full-Bleed Imagery - This simply acts as an overlay to the prior options. You must still choose the prior options.

General Deck Admin Features

  1. Breadcrumb - Navigation menu
  2. Title - Name of the Deck 
  3. Edit Deck - Brings up the edit modal (shown in previous slides)
  4. Add Index Card - Brings up the Index modal (details in separate job aid)
  5. Add/Remove Connections - Add or remove multiple connections to any card that is selected
  6. Create Card - Create any card type
  7. Search - Search the cards within the deck
  8. Select all cards check box - By checking this box, all Cards are selected and the “Mark as New”* and “Add/Remove Connections”** buttons are activated.
  9. Search a Category/Create Category - Search and select an existing Category or create a new one
  10. Deck Info - Useful information about the Deck
  11. View Reporting - Takes you to the reporting page for the Deck
  12. View in App - Opens an emulator to view the content
  13. Copy Link for App - Copies a direct link to the Deck onto your clipboard 
  14. Print Deck - Opens a printable version of the Deck and all of the Cards
  15. Duplicate Deck - Duplicate the entire Deck including all Cards (Card are created inactive)
  16. Create Version - Create different versions for your deck; this applies in the reporting only

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