Adobe Captivate

What’s new in the 2017 Release of Adobe Captivate.

Adobe Captivate (2017 Release) reimagines the way interactive eLearning is created for a multi-device world.

In this webinar you’ll learn a brief summary of Adobe Presenter and Presenter Video Express tools before what’s new and changed in the 2017 release of Adobe Captivate including:

  • Fluid Boxes: A layout mode that provides the arrangement of objects on a slide so that the objects behave predictably when the slide accommodates different screen sizes and devices
  • Converting non-responsive projects to responsive projects
  • Adobe Typekit integration: To create your e-learning projects with better, beautiful fonts
  • Uniform text scaling: Use text scaling and see your text appear uniform across various devices
  • See how Captivate can be used in conjunction with Adobe’s other eLearning solutions such as Captivate Prime LMS, Presenter and Presenter Video Express
  • Catch up on the latest advancements in the 2017 release of Adobe Captivate
  • Learn how to quickly and easily create fully responsive eLearning that works across all devices

Adobe Captivate (2017 Release) includes more than 75,000 free eLearning assets, allowing you to create virtually any kind of eLearning that you imagine and transform legacy desktop courses to responsive eLearning that is mobile-ready!

Intro to Adobe Presenter, Video Express and Captivate (2017 Release)

Creating an interactive mobile simulation in Adobe Captivate

In this webinar, you’ll learn how to create an interactive mobile simulation from a mobile phone.

Normally, to create a mobile simulation you would need to take individual screenshots on the phone, export these images from the phone to your computer, import them to Adobe Captivate and build the slides.

With the method you’ll discover in this webinar, you can use Adobe Captivate to create an interactive simulation from a phone in the same way that you’d create a desktop system simulation.

Key takeaways:

  • Create simulations of mobile apps and systems

  • Efficient development workflow

  • Output works on desktop as well as mobile devices

Creating an interactive mobile simulation in Adobe Captivate

How to turn a linear PPT Presentation into an immersive, interactive Adobe Captivate project. PART ONE

Creating Adobe Captivate from PowerPoint is just one way to fast track your eLearning development.

If an Instructional Designer or SME has created a PowerPoint, you can easily import the PowerPoint into Adobe Captivate, but that’s just the beginning.

What if you want to add interactivity, quizzes or non-linear progression?

Using Adobe Captivate’s built-in quiz functionality combined with a splash of Advanced Actions, you can take your Imported PowerPoint to a whole new level ready to deploy to your Learning Management System or web server.

How to turn a linear PPT Presentation into an immersive, interactive Adobe Captivate project. PART TWO

During our most recent webinar, we shared some insights on how to turn a linear PowerPoint presentation into an interactive Captivate project, with the great mystery of the ‘green tick’ revealed!

Let’s pick up where we left off, building upon these concepts and showing you how to:

  • Use Shared Actions for accelerated deployment of section completion actions
  • Incorporate questions into each section
  • Utilise Adobe Captivate frames to navigate straight to a specific part of the slide
  • Display a final call to action on the menu slide to bypass the completed actions and finish the module

Mastering the Adobe Captivate Web Object for improved mobile navigation

All files used in the webinar can be found here.

In this webinar, you’ll learn how to utilise the Adobe Captivate Web Object to design and create a more responsive mobile experience for your colleagues.

It’s the sort of joy only you can bring them!

Using the web object functionality, we’ll show you how to:

  • Create basic HTML and CSS pages with Adobe Captivate
  • Include these pages as part of a SCORM file without storing them on a separate server
  • Embed YouTube and Vimeo files as responsive videos for mobile viewing

Capturing Android device activity with Adobe Captivate

If you have Adobe Captivate on an Apple Mac and an iPhone / iPad, you may very well know that you can capture iPhone and iPad screen activity directly into Captivate.

We want to show you how you can capture Android mobile screen activity using Captivate and an app called Airdroid, all for free.

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How to create a deck of PowerPoint slides from an Adobe Captivate project

Adobe Captivate allows a simple way to print your Captivate slides to a Microsoft Word document, however, there may be times when you are required to create a Microsoft PowerPoint deck of the Captivate slides.

So how do we get the Captivate slides into PowerPoint, without individually taking a screenshot of each slide?

Read more..

Other Adobe Resources

Adobe & Forrester Mobile Learning White Paper

Have you considered how digital disruption affects the tools, content, and delivery methods that make up your learning strategy?
The expectations of today’s corporate learners have changed and traditional training approaches are becoming less relevant in the current fast-paced, corporate environment.

Analyst firm Forrester Consulting, commissioned by Adobe, has collated a Thought Leadership Paper evaluating the key challenges, drivers, and trends that businesses currently face in corporate learning, featuring insights from over 160 L&D leaders.

Their research explores the rapidly evolving mLearning landscape and shares the current trends shaping the world of Mobile Learning.

Did you know that 72% of information workers surveyed by Forrester in 2016 use smartphones for work, and 43% use tablets?

Some other topics discussed in this paper include:

  • how mobile impacts millennials in the workforce
  • microlearning
  • the challenges in the development of responsive mobile content

Enter your details below for further insights into shaping an effective mobile learning strategy.

Upon entering your details the White Paper will be emailed to you directly.

Learning Design

The Evolution of Workplace Learning

View and download the presentation slides from the keynote titled “The Evolution of Workplace Learning” at the recent Adobe eLearning Experience events presented by Adobe and Learning Plan across Australia and New Zealand in July and August 2017.

Below are eight suggestions to consider when creating learning experiences for the modern workplace environment:

  • Align learning to corporate strategy: Focus on business impact rather than training ROI. Build the key skills to deliver on corporate strategy.
  • Digital innovation: Build learning as digital innovation, using the same pillars as other digital applications.
  • Mobile first: Think and design mobile first. Deliver learning when people want to engage. User experience really matters.
  • Step up our game: good learning design doesn’t just happen. Don’t just be an order taker, be a problem solver.
  • Design for forgetting: the world has changed, memory is less valuable and mobiles are everywhere. Design with the Ebbinghaus forgetting curve in mind.
  • Do it remotely: using remote virtual classrooms and collaboration tools shouldn’t just be used to save money; it can enhance design opportunities and enable better learning experiences.
  • Keep the “good stuff”: remember in all of the above – keep in the good things history has taught us; storytelling, mentoring and coaching, portability, shared learning experiences together with some event-based learning when essential.

Workplace learning has evolved dramatically but at no point has the pace of change been as rapid as it is today. As an L&D industry, we need to change and think differently if we are going to remain relevant and deliver genuine value to business and staff. With the current advancements in technology, there has never been a better time to innovate. With new thinking and the right mix of strategy, design and technology, the next evolution in workplace learning has the opportunity to be a much-needed paradigm shift.


Links to articles and research referenced in the slides:

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or Dani Johnson‘s blog post:

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