Super Simple Multi-State Magic with 3 simple objects and 3 awesome actions

In this post I’ll explain how you can make wonderful, rich interactions in Adobe Captivate with simple multi-state objects.  This is an easy exercise, simple enough for beginners and a great introduction to advanced actions. I’ll break the tutorial up into three basic parts, and along the way you’ll learn about three simple actions that when used together, create all of the changes and interactivity you find in the finished project.

To begin, check out the published version of this interaction.

In the interaction you’ll note that there are three basic areas I will explain. On the left, there is a simple – multi-state object – which appears to the learner as an image of a cartoon illustrated man wearing a black suit and a blue tie.  The illustrated character is one of many found in Captivate’s ‘Asset’ panel. You can use the illustrations in your own copy of Captivate if you want to build the interaction yourself.

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