This is small sample of our AML (Anti Money Laundering) course and it is entirely responsive. It contains 9 slides, including text and image, test start and end slide, a small quiz with a single and multiple choice question and menu with 6 categories. This template is created in Adobe Captivate 9, but it will also look great in Adobe Captivate 2017.
In a world of smart-everything, from cities to televisions, why should eLearning be left out?
With an innovative approach to authoring, content, and total cost of ownership, you can be more creative, productive, and inclusive than ever before.
With Adobe Captivate, put your tool to work! Create fully responsive content, automatically, with all-new Fluid Boxes. Deliver the best experience for your learners’ device without doing anything more. Design with high-quality fonts that are consistent across devices and spring no unpleasant surprises.
Keep learners engaged! Give legacy desktop courses a makeover, as mobile learning. Don’t just tell them, show them, with best-in-class simulations. Bring content to life with the perfect image or interaction from a library of 75,000+ free eLearning assets. Add an audio track with text-to-speech conversion.
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Learn about Adobe Captivate from Experts. Below are links to videos that will guide you through the extraordinary features of Adobe Captivate. Come back to this page often as our collection is always growing. If you have a request for a topic that you don’t find here, please feel free to use the comment section below. And as always we love to hear from you!
Reset Object Position and Text in Responsive Projects
Swatches integration in color palette
Adobe Captivate 8
Introduction to Adobe Captivate 8
Learn about the basic functionalities of Adobe Captivate 8. Develop any-screen responsive mobile learning without programming. Use an intuitive UI to transform PowerPoint slides into engaging eLearning using actors, voices, interactions, and quizzes. Leverage best-in-class HTML5 publishing to deliver any content to mobile devices, the web, desktops, and leading LMSs.
What’s new in Adobe Captivate 8
Learn about the new features and enhancements in Adobe Captivate 8. Adobe Captivate 8 reimagines the way mobile learning is crafted. Rapidly author a wide range of mobile-first, responsive eLearning content without programming using an all-new, intuitive UI. Easily preview content for different screen sizes by selecting device layouts on-the-fly. Leverage device-specific capabilities, such as GPS, accelerometer, and gesture support, to deliver mobile learning as it is truly meant to be. Now enrich your courses with new customizable interactions, themes, and smart shapes.
The New User Interface of Adobe Captivate 8
Learn about the all-new user interface of Adobe Captivate 8.
Creating a Software Simulation with Adobe Captivate 8
Learn how to create a software simulation in Adobe Captivate 8.
Bringing your PPT into Adobe Captivate 8
Learn how to create PPT-based courses in Adobe Captivate 8.
Creating Quizzes with Adobe Captivate 8
Learn how to create a quiz in Adobe Captivate 8.
Drag & Drop Interaction in Adobe Captivate 8
Learn how to create a drag and drop interaction in Adobe Captivate 8.
Responsive Design Overview
Learn about the basics of creating responsive courses with Adobe Captivate 8.
Creating Responsive Projects with Adobe Captivate 8
Learn how to create a responsive eLearning course using Adobe Captivate 8.
Using Responsive Themes and Theme colors in Adobe Captivate 8
Learn how to use responsive themes and modify the theme colors in Adobe Captivate 8.
Creating Custom Theme Colors in Adobe Captivate 8
Learn how to create a custom and save a custom theme color palette in Adobe Captivate 8.
Positioning Objects in Responsive Adobe Captivate 8 Projects
Learn how to position objects in responsive Adobe Captivate 8 project.
Text formatting for different breakpoints in Adobe Captivate 8
Learn about the different text formatting options for different breakpoints in Adobe Captivate 8.
Multi-device Preview with Adobe Captivate 8
Learn how to preview your responsive courses in different devices using Adobe Edge Inspect and Adobe Captivate 8.
Device-aware Delivery with Adobe Captivate 8
Learn how Adobe Captivate 8 enables you to serve content the learners based on their device OS and viewport size.
Gesture Support for Adobe Captivate 8 Courses
Learn how to leverage the instinctive gestures that allow learners to tap, scroll, pinch, and swipe their way through courses.
Responsive Simulations in Adobe Captivate 8
Learn how to create a single screen capture project that works across devices with Adobe Captivate 8.
Responsive Quizzes in Adobe Captivate 8
Learn how to create responsive quizzes with Adobe Captivate 8.
Responsive Preview and Publish Options in Adobe Captivate 8
Learn how to preview and publish your courses in Adobe Captivate 8.
Location-aware Learning with Adobe Captivate 8
Learn how to utilize the GPS capabilities to deliver timely, location-aware content such as assessments that require learners to be at a particular geo-location with Adobe Captivate 8.
Removing Popups from Your Recording in Adobe Captivate 8
Learn how to get rid of the annoying notifications that pop up in the middle of your video demonstrations using Adobe Captivate 8.
Natively Import HTML5 Animations in Adobe Captivate 8
Learn how to import HTML5 animations into your Adobe Captivate project without requiring any plug-ins.
Natively Import Web Objects in Adobe Captivate 8
Learn how to embed web pages in Adobe Captivate 8 using the native web functionality in Adobe Captivate 8.
Smart Shape Enhancements in Adobe Captivate 8
Learn how to customize the shapes and convert them into buttons and choose different styles to indicate the up, hover, and down states in Adobe Captivate 8.
Enhancements in Shared actions in Adobe Captivate 8
Learn about the new enhancements in shared actions and variable parameterization in Adobe Captivate 8.
Memory Game in Adobe Captivate 8
Learn how to create a memory game with Adobe Captivate 8.
Accelerometer-based Game in Adobe Captivate 8
Learn how to create an accelerometer-based game with Adobe Captivate 8.
Absolutely-timed Effects in Adobe Captivate 8
Learn about the new absolutely-timed effects in Adobe Captivate 8.
Join me to learn about the tips and tricks for using Fluid Boxes in Captivate and make the most of them. She will also cover the best practices for creating responsive simulations, click-based interactions, drag-and-drop interactions, quizzes, etc. Along the way, learn about some tips and tricks for using Fluid Boxes with Master Slides, Multi-state Objects, and more. Don’t miss it!
Webinar title: Advanced Tips and Tricks to create Responsive Projects in Adobe Captivate (2017 Release)
here is the latest free download from fastercourse.com for captivate users. We call it Mountains, it is a short responsive template package, and includes text & image, hotspot, single choice, course starter and course end, as well as menu and help template.
A few screenshots:
Here is a captivate guide on how to use Fastercourse.com templates:
Manufacturers are coming out with new smartphones, tablets and other devices all the time. A skill set that is still relatively new for eLearning designers is designing for responsive design. This Livestream will attempt to uncover some of these secrets and make it easy for you to develop responsive projects in the future.
As per usual, I will also be taking questions if time permits so get your Captivate Questions ready for the Live Chat.
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When we develop a WebApp or a mobile application (Android or Apple) we usually develop a screen called “Splash screen” that appears before the loading of the application. This screen identifies the project that is being launched and can display a title, an illustration, a learning objective, a company’s logo or other.
With Captivate a screen with a white background and an arrow is generated by default when we publish a responsive project, so this video shows how to customize this screen in order that users, trainees, customers are able to immediately identify the application they are launching as they can do it when they launch their WebApps or Android / Apple mobile applications.
As teaching aid this video uses a responsive project made with fluid boxes.
You can look at this video by clicking on the link or picture below.
Fluid Boxes in Adobe Captivate 2017 are magical containers that allow you to create responsive eLearning courses in a snap. Just add the images, videos, animations, buttons, and other objects to the Fluid Boxes and they will automatically arrange on the screen based on the screen size and orientation.
Join me on 25th July, 2017, at 9:00 AM Pacific Time, for a step-by-step guided tour on how to create responsive eLearning courses using Fluid Boxes. You will also learn about the best practices of using Fluid Boxes in Captivate and make the most of them. I will also share a workbook for getting started with Fluid Boxes during the webinar. Don’t miss it!
Webinar title: Getting Started with Responsive eLearning using Fluid Boxes in Adobe Captivate