LUC 2017 Recap: Responsive Design – Fit and Retrofit

At this year’s Lectora® User Conference in Cincinnati, Dan Richards of Interactive Advantage presented “Responsive Design – Fit and Retrofit.” In the session, he talked about the basics of Responsive Course Design™ (RCD), tips and tricks while developing, and discussed converting non-responsive courses to responsive. During the session, attendees got to see the differences between a non-responsive course, one with only the responsive feature turned on in Lectora, and a third version highlighting optimal responsive development.

Above: Dan Richards, Interactive Advantage, presenting at LUC 2017.

Some of the tips and tricks Dan shared included:

Dragging items off the screen when not in use. Using themes and page layouts for optimization of Lectora’s existing features. Setting button sizes to 44 pixels by 44 pixels. Avoiding hover, double click, and right click functionality. Avoiding multiple tabs on the Internet.

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