Posts tagged "Click-based"

August 11, 2011

Let’s Highlight those Interactive Objects!

When creating an eLearning course, it’s a good practice to display content for the learner in bite-size pieces. For this, we usually create interactive screens with a pop-up, click-reveal text, rollover text, rollover audio, tabs, click-display animation, etc. But the fact that the learner might miss out on some hidden content is always our cause of worry.

Instructional text comes for rescue here to guide the learner to click/roll-over the object. But the instructional text doesn’t seem to be sufficient when you have multiple interactive objects on the screen. In this case, you would like to visually indicate to the learner which objects they have interacted with and which ones are left out.

We can do this by adding event-based highlight effects along with the use of variables and advanced actions.

Take a look at this example Continue reading…

Posted by poojajaisingh11:31 AM Permalink
May 24, 2011

Adding Multiple Click-based Animations on a Screen with Adobe Captivate 5

You are creating a simulation-based course and you need to demonstrate a couple of related workflows which include just about six to eight steps each. You are not convinced to create separate screens for such small demonstrations. So, what should you do?

Looks like you need a screen Continue reading…

Posted by poojajaisingh2:51 PM Permalink
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