Many nations have started celebrating June 21st as the International Yoga Day. Most of us identify Yoga with fitness today, even though Yoga refers to a group of physical, mental and spiritual practices or disciplines. In particular, Surya Namaskar (literally, “Sun Salutation”) is a specific practice that incorporates a sequence of gracefully linked asanas (poses); and is a popular exercise.
In tune with the spirit of this day, I am happy to present before you a Captivate project I made for this occasion. Since Surya Namaskar is typically the exercise with which you start your day, I would like to introduce this as the “Hello World” version of my first project. My aim is to explore various features of Captivate as I develop this project with your feedback. Through the coming weeks, I will share refined versions of this project, as it evolves. Each time, I intend to focus on one or two key features of Captivate which I used in that version. Given the vast expertise of the members in this community, I hope to spur discussions and conversations around the features, how they have been employed in this design, better ways to do it, tips and tricks, etc. Hoping to see the experts in this community weighing in with their experiences and suggestions.
In this article, my focus is on “responsive learning” and “text to speech”
With the rapid rise in usage of mobile devices, it is becoming important to allow learners to learn, anywhere, anytime. In general, responsive design can be a bit overwhelming for anyone who is new to design. Luckily, Captivate makes it easy even for a newbie to build responsive content with its Fluid Box feature. If you have not tried “Fluid Box” feature, check out below blogs Feel free to “experiment” with this project and try out other layouts and let me know what you think.
Also do share if you practice yoga & how you keep yourself fit?