First Impressions: Creating Responsive Content in Adobe Captivate 2017

If you design or develop eLearning content, you’ve likely run into issues displaying content on multiple devices, such as desktop computers, tablets and smartphones. For example, a really nice graphic may display well on a laptop, but look too small or be cut off on a smartphone.

Authoring packages that generate “responsive” content have solved the issue of displaying on different devices by allowing the content to rearrange itself based on the type of device. The advantage is that you create content once and it displays well on all devices.  Adobe Captivate 2017 is one such package, allowing you to create responsive content through Break points and Fluid Boxes.

Break Points

Captivate’s first method of creating responsive content is through the use of Break Points. In short, Break Points are views within the Captivate interface that show how your content will appear on different devices. What’s more, you can adjust the content within each view, such as changing the size or position of text and images. Captivate stores this information for future reference.

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