March 23, 2020
Sunglass project
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March 23, 2020
Sunglass project
Pooja works as a Senior Director of Digital Learning at Icertis. She has created several award-winning eLearning courses and authored books and video courses on eLearning tools and technologies. In her previous roles, she worked as a principal eLearning evangelist at Adobe and chief learning geek at a start-up. Pooja is CPTD, and COTP certified. She holds a master’s degree in education & economics and a doctorate in educational technology.
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In the Drag and Replace interaction, you can drag to replace the sunglasses on Nina’s face illustration, to help her pick the best one.

What is that example intending to do? When should the user use such a theme?
In this example, you will see the use of drag and drop interaction with the ability to replace dropped objects with a new one. You can use this interaction in your projects, where you want to allow the learners to replace draggables with the new ones.

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2021-08-28 21:03:38
2021-08-28 21:03:38

Great character, ! Thank you for sharing!

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2021-07-27 09:10:55
2021-07-27 09:10:55

great info

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2021-05-04 09:53:44
2021-05-04 09:53:44

great display of design

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2021-04-17 00:52:09
2021-04-17 00:52:09

simple and fabulous design. This could even be designed as several scenarios.

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2021-04-06 22:21:33
2021-04-06 22:21:33

Looks great! Good job!

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2021-03-16 17:09:40
2021-03-16 17:09:40

Nicely done!  very well created interaction!

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2021-03-12 03:28:17
2021-03-12 03:28:17

Well Created

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2021-02-13 12:00:53
2021-02-13 12:00:53

My very fashionable—15 year old daughter loved this interactive glassware game.

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2020-12-02 19:57:59
2020-12-02 19:57:59

What a creative idea! Love all the sunglasses choices.

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2020-11-29 11:53:49
2020-11-29 11:53:49

Thanks a lot)

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2020-11-28 21:13:57
2020-11-28 21:13:57

Great illustrations

 

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2020-11-24 23:37:52
2020-11-24 23:37:52

nina looked good in ALL the sunglasses

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2020-11-23 16:24:47
2020-11-23 16:24:47

Thank you!

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2020-11-15 14:06:44
2020-11-15 14:06:44

Very nice!!

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2020-11-12 14:45:29
2020-11-12 14:45:29

If it is only for demo its good project. I feel we could incorporate bit of more things as a audio with the drop, some reason to convince the good or bad choice and some happy audio with the selection made…basically little more interactive but as such it is certainly helpful for starters.

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2020-11-03 23:39:30
2020-11-03 23:39:30

Cute project. It reminds me of Zenni.

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2021-04-17 00:53:29
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cferran1
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Yes, I agree with you. Perhaps we could let the learners to upload their own photos….

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2020-10-12 00:55:00
2020-10-12 00:55:00

Good job.  This would be fun for trying on different hairstyles, too!

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2020-07-24 18:32:10
2020-07-24 18:32:10

I wanted some info about a bad choice. I mean some description about why you shouldn’t choose a given option.

 

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2020-09-01 20:20:00
2020-09-01 20:20:00
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Good thinking, Piotr. Curious to play around with it and see if I can figure anything out…

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2020-07-11 03:19:59
2020-07-11 03:19:59

Good Work!

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2020-06-28 18:33:58
2020-06-28 18:33:58

Drag and Drop works very well!

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2020-04-23 02:42:57
2020-04-23 02:42:57

I like your project. I’ve been wanting to try a drag and drop option. I’m surprised that the submit button cannot be deleted.

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2020-07-12 09:02:44
2020-07-12 09:02:44
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Me too. I like her project !

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2020-04-01 10:47:28
2020-04-01 10:47:28

Hi Peter,

The Submit button is automatically added to a drag and drop interaction. For the sunglasses interaction, I wanted to provide multiple tries for the interaction, and there’s no single correct answer, so there was no need to Submit the response. As the Submit button cannot be deleted, I placed it in the scrap area.

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2020-04-30 15:31:03
2020-04-30 15:31:03
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I was wondering if you would be posting the social distancing project that was in the webinar.

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2020-05-04 05:46:17
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Hi,

The social distancing example is now available here:

https://elearning.adobe.com/2020/05/social-distancing-project/

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2020-04-01 06:58:58
2020-04-01 06:58:58

Hi Adobe, thanks for sharing. In the sunglasses file, the last slide has a “Submit” button located outside the slide. Please explain what is the purpose of this button? I dragged it onto the slide, viewed the project in my browser and after dragging the first sunglasses to the drop-zone I tested the submit button but it appears non-operational. The rest of the interactions did not work after that.

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