715 BYOD: Making Mobile Magic with Responsive Fluid Boxes
2:30 PM - 3:30 PM Wednesday, March 28
Creating interactive training content that adapts automatically from desktop to mobile screens—and everything in between—can drag down your development times. By using fluid boxes, a new responsive layout tool in Adobe Captivate, you can accelerate your development timelines and mystify your learners with flexibility so enchanting it feels like magic.
In this hands-on session, you will learn the fundamental concepts of fluid boxes as part of the mobile content development toolbox. You’ll get demonstrations and step-by-step guidance through the magic of creating and manipulating fluid boxes. You will feel like you’re waving a magic wand when you design and deliver content that dynamically redesigns itself to fit beautifully on virtually any screen.
In this session, you will learn:
- How to create and edit responsive mobile eLearning
- How to develop content that automatically adapts to different screen sizes
- How to optimize your text for mobile responsive content
- How to combine traditional responsive positioning with fluid boxes
- How to control the flow and wrap of content and fluid boxes
- How to create margins, padding, and other spacing solutions
Intermediate to advanced designers and developers.
Technology discussed in this session:
Adobe Captivate 2017.
Participant technology requirements:
A laptop (Mac or Windows) running Adobe Captivate 2017.
Sr. Manager, eLearning Evangelism Group
Allen Partridge is the senior manager of the eLearning evangelism group for Adobe Systems. He has served on the doctoral faculty of the University of Georgia and Indiana University of Pennsylvania, and he has taught education and the arts in universities for more than 20 years. He has spoken to groups around the world about education and eLearning. Allen holds a PhD and has an extensive background in higher education and simulations; he has written several articles and books about eLearning, immersive learning, games, 3-D animation, and simulations.