Captivate Draft is full of intuitive features and functions that make it easy to use. Familiarize yourself with the look and layout of the application in order to create storyboards more effectively and efficiently.
- [Instructor] Before we begin using the Captivate Draft app to create storyboards, let's take a quick look at the layout of the app, as well as how to navigate it. Right now, I'm inside of the Captivate Draft app on my iPad. And, inside of here, I have a couple different projects, which I've started to create, as well as a sample storyboard. Now, the sample storyboard will be in your account, by default, to show an example of one of these storyboards. I'm going to click on it to open it up and this shows us the storyboard, and, here, we can start to make edits.
Now, on the left hand side, we have a navigation bar that allows us to add certain elements. At the top, we can add shapes. Below that, we can add text, then different multimedia. And, at the bottom, we can add hotspots. These are all things we'll talk about later on in the course. Now, up at the top, we have another navigation bar. The first one on the left hand side allows us to look at all of our different projects. If I click there, it brings us back to the screen of our projects. I'm going to open up that sample storyboard again.
Next to this, we have the undo and redo buttons, which currently are not available, because I haven't added anything. If, for instance, I click on text here and add text, I could go up and then hit undo to get rid of that. Next to this, we have a play button, which will allow you to preview your storyboard. Next, we have branching, and you can see here how your project is branched. That's something we'll talk about later. Next to to this is the ability to send your project to someone for review.
And if I go back to here, on the far right, we can upload it to the Cloud. Now, on the right hand side, you'll notice a plus symbol. This is where we can click to add in slides, as well as grab this and slide it over to take a look at all the different slides that exist within this storyboard. So, that's how you navigate Adobe Captivate Draft. Now let's get started with creating our own storyboard.
- Navigating Captivate Draft
- Create a new project and slides
- Adding content and multimedia to slides
- Adding question slides
- Copying, moving, and deleting slides
- Previewing a project
- Viewing feedback
- Exporting or importing a project from Captivate