November 15, 2020
Teddy! Test your dog training skills! Interactive Video project
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November 15, 2020
Teddy! Test your dog training skills! Interactive Video project
Anastasia McCune is a long-time Adobe Captivate user (since it was called RoboDemo) and a certified Adobe Captivate Instructor. She works as a contract instructional designer and developer for clients such as Oracle, Bristol Myers Squibb, the US Army, and most recently DSS Inc, which develops inventory and medical records software for the US Department of Veterans Affairs. She has authored numerous courses for LinkedIn Learning about Captivate, other Adobe software, and instructional design topics, and has a Master’s degree in Digital Media.
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“Teddy” is a short interactive video project about dog training. Spend a day in the life of a dog owner making decisions about training a pup who is adorable, but a real handful! The project is designed for desktop viewing and utilizes interactive video and sound. I’m no pro videographer and the choices are almost too easy, but Captivate is a champ at interactive video! Good luck and don’t forget to bring your dog treats!

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2021-02-17 19:08:06
2021-02-17 19:08:06

Thank you Anastasia. Teddy is a creative example of what you can do with Adobe Captivate. Your instruction on LinkedIn Learning and messages has been helpful. 

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2021-02-10 12:34:24
2021-02-10 12:34:24

Thanks

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2020-12-27 22:33:04
2020-12-27 22:33:04

Fun idea!

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2020-12-26 04:24:09
2020-12-26 04:24:09

I saw your preview with my dog ! He will be clever….I hope so….

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2020-12-14 23:50:28
2020-12-14 23:50:28

brilliant idea!

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2020-11-24 23:42:07
2020-11-24 23:42:07

please don’t feed dogs sugary cheerios

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2020-11-23 12:07:29
2020-11-23 12:07:29

Loved the training, Anastasia! 🙂

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2020-11-16 05:45:28
2020-11-16 05:45:28

Wow I had a similar idea after seeing some point of view stock footage, you did amazing!

The needle went to red when I selected wait for the last question…that correct?

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2020-11-16 21:52:54
2020-11-16 21:52:54
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Thank you, that’s nice to hear! The needle going to red after selecting wait for the last question is a bug that I saw only after I’d submitted the project.  For showing the correct gauge image, I would have built this differently if there hadn’t been a 20 slide limit (the project is 18 slides) and I missed that when creating and testing the workaround. It can be tough to QA your own stuff!  I think I can re-upload the project and if so, will do that with the fix implemented. Thanks for your comment!

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2020-11-16 22:30:39
2020-11-16 22:30:39
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I know what you mean about the QA process for what you’ve been looking at on-going lol. Great job! I just commented to see if I missed something…as a learner 😉

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