Guest Blog by: Thomas Reyes-Cairo, Community Manager at eLearning Brothers
Adobe Captivate 9 is filled to the brim with amazing functionalities, all of which pool together to make intuitive eLearning courses. Some of the great, commonly-used features include Advanced Actions (and the perhaps lesser-known Shared Advanced Actions) and variables. We’re always excited to dive into the different capabilities of the software, so we’ve made 3 new templates that take advantage of these features and apply them as different types of easy-to-use knowledge checks.
As an eLearning designer, wouldn’t it be great if you could create training material quickly and easily without having to spend a whole lot of time and money designing your assets from scratch or having someone do them for you?
Adobe Captivate 9 now comes with an offering that is almost too good to be true – the Asset Store! This complimentary service for customers was released with Captivate 9 in August 2015, along with some other very cool features such as Captivate Draft storyboarding app, and the extremely versatile multi-state objects, amongst others. Continue reading…
Topic: Working with Project Templates and Master Slides in Adobe Captivate 5.5
Description: Join Dr. Pooja Jaisingh and Vish to learn how to use project templates and master slides to give a consistent look and feel to your projects and templatize the slides you frequently use in Adobe Captivate 5.5 courses.