Responsive course design is a new feature for Adobe Captivate 8 and 9 that promises courses that play beautifully on all devices of chosen sizes. This sounds a great idea and worlds ahead of the old Flash courses with fixed dimension. Continue reading “Responsive Course Design: the Challenges”
I was wondering how to make use of the nice grunge background images downloaded from Creative Tail. Continue reading “Grunge Background, with Character”
I stumbled on this Articulate Challenge and couldn’t wait to give it a try. Here’s the photoshopped result:
Continue reading “Fakeation”
Decided to change the hat on this screen. thought it looks better. Hat borrowed from here.
Photographic characters are certainly useful in elearning courses; however, if you just insert them next to your text and content (think a smiling character pointing to the bullet points), they often don’t add much to the course. Continue reading “Millinery 101”
You can use PowerPoint or Articulate push transition to create a cool panning effect, as explained in this post with a nice demo: Continue reading “The Panning Effect”