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How to use Polyfable

Written by Hayden Falzon author image Hayden Falzon

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Why Should Digital Story telling excite you?

Telling digital stories are some of the most difficult and rewarding things a person can do.

The ability to breath life into worlds that go beyond words, and for people to explore those worlds... There are few other feelings of fulfilment that come as close.

Polyfable is the platform that aims to help foster a new generation of storytellers, and equip them with the skill to take their tales into the online realm. So that they can reach thousands of people, searching for worlds and stories to explore!

What is Polyfable

Polyfable is an innovative platform dedicated to nurturing digital storytellers. It offers a comprehensive suite of tools and resources to help creators develop their skills and bring their stories to life online.

Polyfable is structured to guide users through various stages of learning, ensuring they gain the practical knowledge and experience necessary to create compelling digital content.

The Main Content of Polyfable

Learning on Polyfable is made up of 4 main components:

  • Levels
  • Courses
  • Shortcuts
  • Quests

Each of these elements are supposed to be used with one another, one stepping stone to the next.

We also include Live tutoring as well at this time.


Levels in Polyfable are structured learning paths that guide users through foundational skills and progressively more complex techniques.

Each level builds on the previous one, ensuring a solid understanding of digital storytelling principles and practices.


Courses are showing you examples on how to implement knowledge that you have learned up to this point to particular problems.

Courses provide practical examples to demonstrate how to apply the knowledge you've acquired. These are not step-by-step guides for making your specific movie or game but rather lessons on how to leverage your unique skills.

They help you understand how to solve particular problems using the techniques you have learned.

They are not supposed to show you exactly how to make your movie or your game. But how to use Your skills


Shortcuts are a memorization game to help you remember important shortcuts to make you use of the software more fun!

Shortcuts are designed as a memorization game to help you remember essential software shortcuts. By mastering these, you can make your use of the software more efficient and enjoyable, streamlining your creative process.


Quest are the self learning component of modules. They allow you to take what you have learned from levels and courses and apply them.

Quests are the self-learning components of modules. They encourage you to apply what you have learned from levels and courses to real-world scenarios. This hands-on approach reinforces your knowledge and helps you gain practical experience.


Live Tutoring can really help speed up your learning, by having a tutor that is there with you and can help guide you to find the answers that you are looking for in regards to your questions.

Live tutoring offers personalized guidance to accelerate your learning. Having a tutor available to answer your questions and provide direction can significantly enhance your understanding and skill development, ensuring you can overcome challenges more effectively.

Getting Started

To begin your journey with Polyfable, start by exploring the introductory levels that lay the groundwork for your digital storytelling skills.

Progress through the courses to see practical applications of these skills, use the shortcuts to streamline your workflow, and embark on quests to apply your knowledge.

If you need additional help, take advantage of the live tutoring sessions. This structured approach will equip you with the tools and confidence to create and share your digital stories with the world.

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Hayden will tell everyone that he is not a programmer, game developer, educator, artist, 3D modeller or animator... instead, he tells people he is a storyteller.

Graduated from the Australian Film Television and Radio School (AFTRS) Bachelor, Hayden has been proactive in fostering a multidisciplinary outlook on digital storytelling across all of its mediums.