Posts Tagged ‘Adobe’

Mobile: What is mLearning, Really? Part 2

June 16, 2013

Read Part 1 of this article…

There is a new term in web development that is directly relevant to delivering content onto a mobile device. That term is “responsive web”. This is a design approach that makes use of flexible layouts, images, and uses Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) to adjust the look and feel of the content depending on the device. It essentially solves the design problems that occur when viewing the same content on screens of different sizes.
Think of all the possible screen sizes that exist. What you don’t want to have to do is develop different content for each possible option.

  • Desktop monitors
  • Laptop screens
  • Tablets (iPad, iPad mini, Kindle Fire, Android Tablets, Windows Surface, and so on)
  • Smart Phones (iOS, Android, and hybrid size phone/tablet or “phablet”)



Rapid E-Learning – Adobe Captivate 6 Sneak Peeks

July 13, 2012

I have been spending a little time evaluating Adobe Captivate 6, which is brand new, against Articulate Storyline.

In this post, I wanted to share some of the videos put out by Adobe, so you can see for yourself what they are offering.

Currently, it looks really interesting.

If you want to watch more Captivate 6 videos from Adobe, here is their YouTube Channel.

If you want to see the full list of features offered by Adobe Captivate 6, here is the feature page on their site.