I originally recorded an #eLearning #Livestream on this same topic but it felt sloppy so I didn’t publish it. Today I decided to record this live stream as a regular video tutorial. In this video tutorial, we review some best practices when converting non-responsive projects into a responsive project. In this video I decide to go with fluid boxes, however, you can also use breakpoints if you prefer that style of design.
I’d love to hear what others are experiencing with this process. Please share your best practices when converting older projects to responsive design using the comments below.
In this Adobe Captivate eLearning live stream, I will be answering your questions live on YouTube. You can send me your questions ahead of time, or use the chat function during the live stream. I will welcome questions about Adobe Captivate, eLearning in general, My office assistants Molly and Lucy, pretty much anything you want to ask.
Follow the link below at any time to set up a reminder to be notified when this event becomes live on November 27th at 4 PM Eastern Time.
If you enjoy my LIVE STREAMS, please share them with your colleagues and don’t forget to subscribe to my YouTube channel to make sure you’re notified of all my upcoming events. If you subscribe to my YouTube channel I will show you how you can get my Adobe Captivate 2017 Premium course at no additional cost to you.
In this Adobe Captivate QuickTip, I will answer the question what happened to Captivate’s ability to publish your CPTX projects as either video or as a stand-alone executable for Mac or PC. This tutorial is for non-responsive projects only as these two publishing methods are not compatible with responsive projects.
Okay, so I know what you’re thinking. You’re thinking “Hey Paul, you promised to never do a Captivate 8 or 9 tutorial again”, and that’s right. I did say that but this is actually a Captivate 2017 tutorial that just happens to include steps that would work for Captivate 8 or 9 as well. In this video, I show you how you can create a custom interaction that can be used as a glossary page in your Adobe Captivate project. If you found this video useful, please consider subscribing to my YouTube channel at Paul Wilson Adobe Captivate Tutorials. Please share this video with your colleagues.
If you enjoy my LIVE STREAMS, please share them with your colleagues and don’t forget to subscribe to my YouTube channel to make sure you’re notified of all my upcoming events. If you subscribe to my YouTube channel you will receive my Adobe Captivate 2017 – Responsive Custom Quiz Questions online course from Udemy for only $10 (a $50 value).
I’ve decided to create a variety of Adobe Captivate 2017 themes to share with the Adobe eLearning community. This first attempt was inspired by one of my favourite wines from the Bordeaux region (see if you can guess which one).
It uses the Typekit font AdornS Serif Regular and AdornS Engraved Regular. My recommendation is to install these two fonts from Typekit.com before using this theme. My intention is to continue to add new themes that will be available for free download from my website below. I encourage you to bookmark the page below and periodically check back for more themes as they become available. Feel free to share that page with your colleagues as well.
In this Adobe Captivate video tutorial, I show you three really helpful keyboard shortcuts that will save a bunch of time when working with the timeline. Also, I’ve provided a link below that will take you to the Adobe.com site where they have provided a list of all the keyboard shortcuts for Adobe Captivate (2017 Release) and earlier.