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ADOBE CAPTIVATE 2017: Responsive Design Has Never Been So Fluid

by Kevin Siegel, CTT, COTP When it comes to eLearning that will look awesome on just about every kind of device (including desktop computers, smart […]

ARTICULATE STORYLINE 360 VERSUS 3: Clear up the Version Confusion

Articulate recently released Storyline 360, an update to its awesome eLearning devleopment tool. Even more recently, Articulate released Storyline 3. And then came version confusion […]

ADOBE CAPTIVATE 2017: Improved Closed Captions

by Kevin Siegel, COTP, CTT When it comes to accessibility, Adobe's products have always been some of the best available. Nevertheless, Adobe found a way […]

Adobe Captivate: Introducing 2017

by Kevin Siegel, COTP Adobe recently announced a upgrade to Adobe Captivate, its popular eLearning development tool.   According to Adobe's Allen Partridge, Captivate version […]

WEBSITE ACCESSIBILITY: The Problem with Popups

by Mary Gillen, COTP Do you have content, such as a survey, on your website that automatically opens in a popup window? If the answer […]

MadCap Flare: The Medium is Part of the Message

by Neil Perlin Stylesheet mediums, located in the Stylesheet Editor, can automatically reformat your content depending on the output target you’re generating. Let’s say that […]

Adobe Captivate: A Real Topper

by Kevin Siegel, COTP, CTT If you need to show an object on several slides, you have a few options. First, you can copy and […]

Adobe Captivate: Runtime Dialog Boxes

by Kevin Siegel, COTP, CTT In Adobe Captivate, dialog boxes can appear that require the learner to click something (such as an OK button). These […]

Piktochart: Working with Images

by Karin Rex The success of an infographic depends on how visually arresting its images are. While Piktochart image tools are somewhat intuitive, I wanted to […]

Creating Accessible Websites: Don't Just "Click Here!"

by Mary Gillen Most people who surf websites don't think twice about the link they're about to click. The linked text typically says "click here." […]

Free Countdown Timer... Perfect for Live, Online Classes

Did you say you wanted something cool... and for free? OK, fine! This countdown timer is the perfect thing to display when you send your […]

Adobe Captivate: Preview In Browser Fix

by Kevin Siegel, COTP During our live, online beginner Adobe Captivateclass, you learn about previewing your project pretty quickly. You will find the following menu items […]

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