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 and currently works as a contract instructional designer/developer for clients big and small. She has authored numerous courses for LinkedIn Learning about Captivate, other Adobe software, and instructional design topics, and taught for a decade as a certified Adobe Captivate Instructor.  
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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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2022-06-02 03:01:47
2022-06-02 03:01:47

this is smooth Is there a way you could make a tutorial?

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2022-05-16 17:19:38
2022-05-16 17:19:38

Really entertaining – thank you. Naturally, the Corgy was a good choice:-)

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2022-05-11 16:54:24
2022-05-11 16:54:24

Great

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2022-05-10 22:44:26
2022-05-10 22:44:26

I think this is my favorite learning I’ve done!

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2022-05-04 19:41:08
2022-05-04 19:41:08

Brilliant work!

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2022-03-14 14:12:16
2022-03-14 14:12:16

This was great – brilliant work! Thanks so much!

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2022-02-01 17:48:15
2022-02-01 17:48:15

Any eLearning with dogs in it deserves a like!

I was disappointed that there wasn’t a 3rd option for each question… “Give Teddy a treat”

Great work, nicely thought out and executed! 🙂

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2022-02-04 05:49:40
2022-02-04 05:49:40
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Thanks, Chris!  Trust me, Teddy is very persuasive when it comes to getting 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
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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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