May 24, 2020
Waste Segregation project
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May 24, 2020
Waste Segregation project
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This interaction is an example of segregating waste. This Informative interaction project includes Drag Drop and Match item interactions. This Interaction shows sorting and matching of a set of information.Using the drag drop interaction, sorting can be done. This example has bins that open and close on hover giving it a richer experience. This can be used for sorting of products or categorizing a set of information.

 

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2020-11-24 23:34:44
2020-11-24 23:34:44

great work

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2020-11-23 16:48:24
2020-11-23 16:48:24

Thanks!

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2020-11-12 13:10:39
2020-11-12 13:10:39

I like your selection of  colors for animations.

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2020-09-20 08:03:49
2020-09-20 08:03:49

Good Job

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2020-08-27 18:37:25
2020-08-27 18:37:25

too much objects in one screen. I recommend you that do part by part.

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2020-08-11 09:48:11
2020-08-11 09:48:11

Its so easy to understand waste segregation with this project. Wish it was in responsive. Do you have a responsive version of the project?

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2020-08-14 07:10:21
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Thank you Rosea, we couldn’t get a responsive one on this because of the large number of elements on one frame. Taken your feedback. thanks.

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2020-07-16 05:36:37
2020-07-16 05:36:37

Good animation and audio feedback, I liked the design. Perhaps add a summary of learning at end of the exercise?

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2020-08-14 07:08:20
2020-08-14 07:08:20
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Thank you EchidnaREL for your positive comments and summary suggestion.

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2020-07-11 03:18:55
2020-07-11 03:18:55

Good!

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2020-08-14 07:05:38
2020-08-14 07:05:38
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Thank you Nanda !

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2020-06-11 15:00:03
2020-06-11 15:00:03

Hello! I’m doing my research about Adobe Captivate and I would like to know what it has to do Elearning Goodies with Adobe Captivate. Do I need to have it in order to create this type of drop and drag course? Or it meant that this course was created by an Elearning Goodies staff?

Thank you for the help!!

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2020-06-15 13:33:27
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The Waste Segregation project above is a sample project of what is possible with Adobe Captivate.  If you purchase or own Captivate, the drag and drop functionality is part of the software.

elearninggoodies – is the created

Waste Segregation project – is a sample

Captivate – is the power to create it

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2020-06-15 14:01:50
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Thank you Lasciere.

Hi Danny, If you have Adobe Captivate, you can create projects such as these. We created this using Adobe Captivate 2019. Creators  share sample projects here for the community to view and provide feedback, comments. More ideas and capabilities are explored when more creators share projects across categories. And you are free to download this project and reuse by putting your own concept, images and content.

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2020-06-11 14:53:21
2020-06-11 14:53:21

Hello!!

I’m doing my research about Adobe Captivate and I would like to know what it has to do eLearning Goodies with Adobe Captivate? Do I need to have it in order to create this kind of drop and drag course?

Thank you!!

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2020-06-08 16:40:18
2020-06-08 16:40:18

Would you mind sharing how you are triggering the change of state when waste item is dragged over a trash can?

I found the answer.  DragOver.  I don’t believe I saw that available when using Captivate 9, but am still learning and might have missed it.

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2020-06-09 05:40:36
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Yes it’s DragOver. There are two images of the bin – open and close. In the states, on DragOver, the closed bin changes to the opened bin image. Please see the attached image.

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2020-06-08 12:14:03
2020-06-08 12:14:03

 

 

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2020-05-26 20:22:58
2020-05-26 20:22:58

Crisp, clean appearance.  Very catchy for the eyes.  I was surprised that there were no voice overs.  And reflecting on my students, it would be more enticing if only a couple, say three objects were displayed and as an item was recycled, another appeared.

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2020-06-08 12:20:38
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Thank you Lasciere! Having new objects appear as objects move out is a great suggestion.. There are basic sound effects so it can be done even on muted audio. What voice over would you recommend? Something educational on the intros leading to the interaction or during the interaction? Thanks.

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2020-06-08 16:17:10
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Something educational on the intros leading to the interaction or during the interaction? 

Exactly.  Even if it is the text you have in the project.  My elementary students are growing up in such a rich visually stimulating environment that they look, see a button, and click.  Content to be read is often by passed. Language also plays a part in it.  Comprehension of heard English is easier for them (and their parents) than reading it.

If you have a specific audience you are creating the project for, my thoughts may be unnecessary additional work.

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2020-06-09 05:33:11
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Yes thats true, younger audience look for interactive interface and skip reading content. Voice over which is conversational vs narrative is probably what they prefer too. Most of our projects are currently with sound effects, not many with voice overs and not targeted to a specific audience. Will take your suggestion when creating new ones. Thanks.

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