March 24, 2020
Automotive project
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March 24, 2020
Automotive project
I've been an eLearning designer and developer since 2005. In 2015 I started my own eLearning design company. I began to create Adobe Captivate video tutorials to help promote my business through my own YouTube channel at https://youtube.com/paulwilsonlearning. These videos were intended to attract potential clients looking for a skilled eLearning designer and developer. This strategy proved successful as I've worked with clients from all over the world, helping them build highly engaging eLearning solutions. My YouTube channel presented an additional benefit of attracting aspiring Captivate developers to seek me out as a teacher. I now offer both online and onsite training on Adobe Captivate, teaching the skills that users need to build engaging and interactive learning.
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Your teenager has decided to start their own automotive detailing business during the summer break, but they need a way to educate their potential customers on the services they offer. You offer to lend your mobile learning experience to help. Your teenager needs the educational tool to be mobile ready since the customers will be driving up in their cars. You decide to make it easy on yourself and use slides from the Quick-Start Projects.

On the first slide, you will provide instructions and provide the benefits of getting their car care needs from your teenager. The second slide will have the packages that customers can drag and drop to their shopping cart. Once in the cart, the drag and drop will reveal the specifics of each package. They can swap the packages out until they find the one that’s just right for them. The tool will take the customer to the add-on page, where they will have the option of selecting additional items they can add. Then on the final slide, they will see a summary of all the services they have chosen, including the costs.

This example will store the selections in a series of variables, so the module “remembers” the choices previously made. This type of interaction is useful when you wish to make a complex series of options easy to understand. Users will be able to try different combinations as often as they like to show all the available possibilities.

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