I wanted to let my friends on the Adobe eLearning Community know that I’ve posted my first premium tutorial on Adobe Captivate 2017 through Udemy. In this course, you will learn how to…
create a responsive design interface for your question slides in Adobe Captivate 2017 using fluid boxes
setup variables to keep track of the selections made by the users of your eLearning course
write advanced actions that will form the basis of the interaction for your users
write conditional actions that will validate if your user has submitted the correct answers to your questions
convert your questions to become scored final quiz questions
The regular price for this course is $50 USD, however, If you are willing to provide me feedback on this first course I would like to offer the first 20 Adobe eLearning Community members a $25 USD discount by using the link for the coupon below:
In this week’s eLearning LIVE STREAM, I will share with you Adobe Presenter Video Express or PVX for short. I will discuss why I feel this might be a great alternative for some over Adobe Captivate. If there is the time I will also answer any specific questions related to advanced actions, new releases, alternative software and other eLearning related topics.
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I will be reviewing the main features of the Text to Speech capabilities in Adobe Captivate. I will be using Captivate (2017 Release) for the demonstrations, however, most of these demonstrations will work with previous versions of Adobe Captivate going all the way back to Adobe Captivate 5.
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Not a Captivate tutorial, but instead a tutorial on how to create a LIVESTREAM to share your Adobe Captivate tutorial with the rest of the Adobe eLearning Community. If you find this video useful, please share it with your colleagues, and don’t forget to subscribe to my YouTube channel when you get a chance.
Just put up a quick LIVESTREAM on some of the basics around what you can do with Adobe Typekit in Adobe Captivate (2017 release). Please share this video with your colleagues if you feel they might benefit from it and don’t forget to subscribe to my YouTube channel if you would like to see more videos like this one.
A few of my clients who have hired me to teach them about Adobe Captivate 2017 have asked about two things they used to do when designing responsive courses and how to do the same thing using fluid boxes.
The first is the idea of having optional content. In previous versions of adobe captivate you could simply select one of your smaller breakpoints and place optional content off the stage and into the scrap area. When these projects were displayed on smaller devices the optional content would not be visible, yet that content remained for larger displays.
The second idea relates to grouping a series of objects together for alignment purposes. Sometimes you might have several items that need to stay aligned regardless of screen size. In the past grouping these objects together made keeping all the items aligned. Of course in Captivate 2017 grouped objects are not compatible with fluid boxes, so how can we do something similar?