There’s no shortage of methods for creating eLearning these days. You’ll find many sources of information promoting many different methods of design. When it comes to creating Responsive Course Design™ (RCD), however, there are a few best practices that it’s important to understand when creating any content.
When working with a Responsive Course Design (RCD) title, cross-device move and resize will allow you to change the position or size of an object across all devices at the same time.ime.
With Lectora’s Responsive Course Design you can control what information is provided to you learners depending on the type of device – desktop, tablet or smartphone – and orientation they are using. Current View the variable contains the name of the device and orientation currently being used to view the title. This will be one of the following values: Desktop, PhonePortrait, PhoneLandscape, TabletPortrait, and TabletLandscape. The Device Rotation trigger executes the action when the orientation of the user’s tablet or phone is rotated, for example from horizontal/landscape to vertical/portrait. Actions with this trigger can be applied to organizational levels, such as the title, chapters, sections, and pages, and the object level (images, buttons, and text).
Another update happened to Lectora Online over the weekend. Included in this update is improved text functionality, new Responsive Course Design (RCD) features, bug fixes, and more.
Are you ready to rock your responsive design? John Blackmon, Trivantis CTO joined us at our DevLearn 2017 eLearning Rockstars Stage this October and shared his responsive design knowledge.
Blackmon taught attendees how to take pre-existing content and allow it to be effectively used across multiple devices, as well as the best ways to create new content in a responsive format.
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 […]