Responsive course design with Adobe Captivate 2017

April 29, 2017
Diploma of Interactive Digital Media, Cert. IV Training and Assessment, M.A. Social Sciences
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Responsive course design with Adobe Captivate 2017

Diploma of Interactive Digital Media, Cert. IV Training and Assessment, M.A. Social Sciences
Newbie 2 posts
Followers: 0 people
April 29, 2017

As I have worked with Adobe Captivate to develop online learning modules I am very excited to see how easy it has become to create responsive courses. Whereas previous versions of Captivate made it very time-consuming to achieve accurate designs for the whole range of screen sizes, the new version has considerably improved. From a project management point of view, the new version with its new fluid box feature not only shortens the production time immensely, the improved workflow also guarantees a high quality of responsive course designs which contributes to better and more user friendly products – and students with more positive learning experiences. Thank you to the Adobe Captivate development team.

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2017-10-05 03:59:36
2017-10-05 03:59:36

Thanks Adobe!

Thanks Adobe!

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2017-08-16 06:34:20
2017-08-16 06:34:20

Hi Vishal, Sorry for the delay. Please expect a reply by today EOD. Regards, Zeeshan

Hi Vishal,

Sorry for the delay. Please expect a reply by today EOD.

Regards,
Zeeshan

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2017-08-11 11:34:29
2017-08-11 11:34:29

Hey Zeeshan, Is there any update that you can provide on the solution for our issue? We are in a bit of hurry. Regards, Vishal

Hey Zeeshan,

Is there any update that you can provide on the solution for our issue? We are in a bit of hurry.

Regards,
Vishal

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2017-08-16 05:29:04
2017-08-16 05:29:04
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Hi, Is there any update on this? Regards, Vishal

Hi,

Is there any update on this?

Regards,
Vishal

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2017-08-10 08:02:50
2017-08-10 08:02:50

Received your mail. We are looking into the same. Regards, Zeeshan

Received your mail. We are looking into the same.

Regards,
Zeeshan

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2017-08-08 11:13:43
2017-08-08 11:13:43

Hi Peter, I am working on a course which involves a lot of structural design. I am facing issues with handling font sizes & alignment when it comes to devices with less height. How to go about achieving consistency for this project? Here's a demo: stg02.vizualize.com/amex/

Hi Peter,

I am working on a course which involves a lot of structural design. I am facing issues with handling font sizes & alignment when it comes to devices with less height. How to go about achieving consistency for this project? Here’s a demo: stg02.vizualize.com/amex/

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2017-08-08 18:14:55
2017-08-08 18:14:55
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Hi Vishal, Could you please provide more specific details about your expectations for font scaling and alignment with respect to the content you shared. You can use specific slide example from your project. Regards, Zeeshan

Hi Vishal,

Could you please provide more specific details about your expectations for font scaling and alignment with respect to the content you shared. You can use specific slide example from your project.

Regards,
Zeeshan

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2017-08-09 07:15:28
2017-08-09 07:15:28
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Hi Zeeshan, I have uploaded two screenshots of the same slide on desktops of different sizes. The 1st is with large desktop with good height, 2nd is with lesser height than the first. Please observe the position of arrow head of the pop up when we hover over the blue word. For the smaller height viewports it gets displaced. It should be consistent with the position of head of the hover pop up being centered to the word. I have currently used an invisible button over the text to attach hover event. The size the of the button is 5 px wider on each side than the text. 1. https://snag.gy/veY54t.jpg 2. https://snag.gy/hTMcPk.jpg Please assist on any solution you might have for the same. Regards, Vishal

Hi Zeeshan,

I have uploaded two screenshots of the same slide on desktops of different sizes. The 1st is with large desktop with good height, 2nd is with lesser height than the first. Please observe the position of arrow head of the pop up when we hover over the blue word. For the smaller height viewports it gets displaced. It should be consistent with the position of head of the hover pop up being centered to the word. I have currently used an invisible button over the text to attach hover event. The size the of the button is 5 px wider on each side than the text.

1. https://snag.gy/veY54t.jpg

2. https://snag.gy/hTMcPk.jpg

Please assist on any solution you might have for the same.

Regards,
Vishal

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2017-08-09 14:59:42
2017-08-09 14:59:42
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Can you share your captivate project with us using dropbox or google drive. Please drop a mail to CaptivateHelp@adobe.com Regards, Zeeshan

Can you share your captivate project with us using dropbox or google drive. Please drop a mail to CaptivateHelp@adobe.com

Regards,
Zeeshan

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2017-08-10 07:05:09
2017-08-10 07:05:09
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I have mailed CaptivateHelp@adobe.com. I have written in detail about the issues. Please let me know if you have received the same. Regards, Vishal

I have mailed CaptivateHelp@adobe.com. I have written in detail about the issues. Please let me know if you have received the same.

Regards,
Vishal

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2017-06-22 08:04:43
2017-06-22 08:04:43

Nice post on Responsive course design with Adobe Captivate 2017, thanks for sharing.

Nice post on Responsive course design with Adobe Captivate 2017, thanks for sharing.

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2017-05-01 16:11:55
2017-05-01 16:11:55

Thanks Peter for your testimonial. I sent you a mail but it's bounced, can you ping me on shambu@adobe.com Thanks, Shambu

Thanks Peter for your testimonial. I sent you a mail but it’s bounced, can you ping me on shambu@adobe.com

Thanks,
Shambu

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