In this short example you can see how shapes can be used to form people, avatars, characters…nearly anything you can think of. It just takes a little planning plus some trial and error (I think what you will see in this course could be polished a little, but hopefully it is enough that you get […]
We are re-releasing this interactive process chart built entirely within Lectora Online in celebration of the fact that Lectora Online now has editable shapes, editable buttons, buttons states, and visual effects just as Lectora for desktop does! All of the shapes, buttons, button states, and styles are now completely editable within Lectora Online without the […]
You asked for it—you got it! The release of Lectora Online 3.2 includes many of the visual effects improvements you’ve requested. Daryl Fleary demonstrates the latest additions to Lectora Online
Product Manager Daryl Fleary shares what’s new in the latest update of cloud authoring tool Lectora Online.
Add interesting design elements with shapes and lines you can customize within Lectora.
This game can be used to give your learners a short break during a lengthy course, or just for some added fun! The game uses geometrically shaped buttons for hidden spots in a picture as well as timer objects for extra scoring. We’re providing two versions of the game. In the randomized version, each level […]
This library object contains 4 versions of an animated timeline interaction. Show one item at a time or all at once and provide additional content with the popup versions. All of the graphics for these interactions were built and styled entirely within Lectora using native shapes and styles, so everything can be modified without the […]
This interaction has 5 animated tabs that show and hide grouped content. The tabs are created with native Lectora shapes, so you can easily change the style within the tool. The height of the tabbed pages is also adjustable. To use a Lectora Desktop Library Object (.awo), simply drag and drop the .awo file into […]