Top 3 Blogs on Responsive E-learning Design with Adobe Captivate 8!

Top 3 Blogs on Responsive E-learning Design with Adobe Captivate 8!

With the evolution of the BYOD strategy and ever-growing mobile workforces, organizations have realized the need for eLearning courses that are responsive and adjust themselves to different screen sizes of various devices. Such courses need to be designed differently and their design requires them to be responsive to multiple devices.

Adobe Captivate 8 is one of the authoring tools, which has come up with a responsive development solution. This tool can be used even by developers, who don’t have knowledge of HTML 5 programming. They can easily create courses that run on multiple devices. Captivate 8 is designed in such a way that it allows the developer to develop mobile learning content for multiple devices or screens. There are many in-built customized interactions and themes that help you create highly interactive content.

In this blog, I would like to share information about three incredible blogs that will help you clearly understand how Captivate 8 can be used to create responsive projects. You will find the blogs very useful if you are trying to learn Captivate 8 and develop eLearning courses with it.

Let’s view them through the links provided below.

#1. What is difference between Blank Project v/s Responsive Project in Adobe Captivate 8?

Difference between Responsive Project v/s Blank Project

We can create several engaging interactivities that are compatible to multiple devices, using Adobe Captivate 8. In this blog, you will learn about the differences between a blank project and responsive project. Click here to start reading it.

#2. How to Create Responsive Projects in Adobe Captivate 8?

Create Responsive Projects in Adobe Captivate 8

There are many authoring tools available in eLearning market. But, most of them publish eLearning that is not compatible to HTML5 which will not allow it to run on mobile devices, they work well on iPads but on mobile devices, it wont adjust itself to screen sizes. With Captivate 8, you can build slides for the PC version and make small adjustments, so that the course fits on iPad and Mobile devices. It is very easy for the developer to work on the primary version as it will be updated automatically to create the iPad and the mobile versions. Click here to read.

#3. How to Use Smart Shapes in Adobe Captivate 8?

Use Smart Shapes in Adobe Captivate 8

With the previous blog, I hope you got a good idea of what Responsive design projectis and how you can build one for your customer. Adobe Captivate 8 has been fulfilling its commitment by providing features that are out-of-the box. Adobe Captivate 8 can reduce the time and effort involved in creating customized buttons. It has new, improved smart shapes with features such as normal, rollover and down states for the buttons. Click here to learn how to use them to create customized buttons.

I hope you find these blogs very informative. Happy Reading.

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