Join Pooja Jaisingh for an in-depth discussion in this video What you should know, part of Captivate 9: Drag-and-Drop Interactions.
- This course is for intermediate Captivate users looking to take their Captivate skills to the next level. So if you are new to Captivate or just getting started, I would recommend watching Captivate 8 Essential Training with Aaron Quigley. In order to take full advantage of this course, you'll need to download and install Adobe Captivate 8. There's a free 30-day trial available from the Adobe website. You can also explore the other purchasing and licensing options from the same website.
You need Captivate 8 to open and work with the exercise files for this course, which are available to the Premium Members of Lynda.com. I recommend you download the files prior to starting the course and save and unzip them on your desktop. If you're not a Premium Member, you can still follow along by creating your own drag and drop interactions. For the majority of movies I will be working with the exercise files. In these cases, there will be two versions of the file, one marked with the extension ".start" to indicate the starting point for creating the interaction.
Another, marked with the extension ".complete" to indicate the final output. This will help you compare your own project with the completed project. Let's begin.
- Creating your first drag-and-drop interaction
- Building a drag-and-drop question
- Categorizing draggables and drop targets
- Setting acceptance and rejection behaviors
- Assigning actions
- Providing feedback via captions and audio
- Setting interaction-level actions
- Defining the correct answers
- Advanced drag-and-drop interactions
Skill Level Intermediate
Captivate 9: Software Simulationswith Anastasia McCune2h 47m Appropriate for all
Instructional Design: Storyboardingwith Daniel Brigham1h 14m Appropriate for all
1. Creating a Drag-and-Drop Interaction
2. Creating Questions and Practice Activities
3. Applying Effects
4. Categorizing Objects
5. Acceptance and Rejection Settings
6. Providing Feedback
7. Interaction-Level Settings
8. Defining the Correct Answer Set(s)
9. Taking the Interaction to the Next Level
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