Objects can maintain their location on the page, even when the view is scrolled. This is perfect for use in mobile courses to anchor logos, headers/footers, navigation controls, images, and videos.
For contest 16 I created a responsive course on my favorite sport to watch, ATV racing. I decided to explain the basics of starting off the in the ATVA. Check out my blog post explaining how I created this course here: http://trivantis.com/blog/community/breaking-entry-trivantis-community-contest-15/
For Contest 15, use Lectora’s Responsive Course Design (RCD) to create a mobile performance support piece for athletes or fans of your favorite sport. Maybe it’s a resource page for new fans on how scoring works, or a lyrics guide to the team fight song, or healthy tailgating recipes.
If you haven’t already started thinking about designing and developing your learning so that it looks good on different mobile devices, you will find yourself falling behind—but this free mLearning webinar with Joe Ganci, aka eLearningJoe, is here to help.
Welcome!Thanks for your interest in the LUC2016 mobile app built in Lectora 16 by the BranchTrack.com team exclusively for Trivantis. The app uses RCD functionality and works on mobile phones (portrait and landscape) and tablets (again, portrait and landscape). Download the app for your device: iOS: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/luc-2016/id1110114687?mt=8 Android: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.branchtrack.luc2016 The source files are attached: The ‘Lectora Source.zip’ contains a Lectora […]
Joe Ganci also known as eLearning Joe demo’s responsive course design for Lectora Live.
In today’s episode, we are joined by THE eLearningJoe, Joe Ganci. Joe gives us a quick demo on responsive course design, which is helpful when designing courses. Rather than creating different courses for desktop view and tablet view, responsive course design fits it all in the respective designs for us! What a great Lectora capability!
With the new Test Results Object introduced in both Lectora 16.1 and Lectora Online 3.1, you can actually have more than one of these objects on the Test Results page and choose which one to show using a conditional action. For instance, this example has two Test Results Objects on the Test Results page. When the student passes […]
This interaction is an animated bar chart which uses Progress Bars and the Step Progress action to animate the bars of the chart. In this interaction, you need to click the “year” buttons to animate the bars of the chart. But it could be easily modified to eliminate the buttons and simply have the bars animate […]
Don’t miss your chance to enter into the responsive course challenge on the community. We decided to extend the deadline to May 12th 2016 to give everyone a final chance to win. If chosen your course will be shared at the 2016 Lectora User Conference and you’ll win one of three great prizes including an iPad Mini […]