September 20, 2013
Guest Blog by: Joanne Nichols, Adobe Certified Trainer and an Adobe Certified Expert in Adobe Captivate
When creating eLearning it is important to ensure you keep the user engaged. By nature we are inquisitive, so why not create eLearning to capture the learner’s interest using this to our advantage. Rollovers are a great way to do this. (Obviously this means that these rollover effects that I am teaching you today cannot be used for mobile learning. However you can replicate the effects using click boxes and advanced actions, but be mindful that on mobile devices there is no rollover state so you would just skip the “on rollover” portion of the effects).
One way I have done this is to create a category game, so rather than having a boring slide with button menu items like this:
Why not engage the learner with a hidden category game. The category is hidden and the user has to rollover the category badge to reveal the category. By using effects we can Continue reading…
May 29, 2012
Topic: Effectively Using Effects in Adobe Captivate
Description: Join Jeff Blackman, Captivate Community Expert, to learn how to easily add effects and get some ideas on using them EFFECTIVELY in your Adobe Captivate projects. Effects in Captivate allow you to add all kinds of simple animations and other effects to Captivate objects such as pictures, text boxes, shapes, and you name it! Using effects can greatly enhance your project and make your content come to life for your end user … and it’s super easy!
Recording Link: http://adobe.ly/Nr1Vd8
April 12, 2011
Topic: Using Object Styles and Effects in Adobe Captivate 5
Date and time: Thursday, May 19, 2011 9:00 AM – 10:30 AM US/Pacific
Description: Join Dr. Pooja Jaisingh and Vish to add some style to the eLearning content by using object styles and object effects in Adobe Captivate 5 projects. They will discuss how to create, apply, edit, export, import and delete object styles. They will also show you how to apply various effects to objects like rotation, emphasis, filters and motion path.
What’s in it for you? Continue reading…