LS1001 Responsive Design: A Comparison of Popular Authoring Tools
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM Friday, March 24
Responsive eLearning design is becoming less of a nice-to-have feature and more of an absolute must for many organizations. As a result, the most popular authoring tools, like Captivate, Storyline, and Lectora, have been adding more features for integrating responsive design, while some newer tools have been designed right from the start to accommodate the needs of this design concept. That said, these tools each take a different approach to making content responsive, so you’ll want to make sure you’re using the right one for your needs.
In this session, you’ll take a closer look at the similarities and differences in the ways that commonly used eLearning tools approach responsive design. You’ll see the finished output and the under-the-hood mechanics, as well as the strengths and weaknesses of each option. You’ll also investigate how these tools compare to other platforms that are designed more specifically for responsive courses, such as Gomo, Rise, and Adapt.
In this session, you will learn:
- Different approaches to responsive design
- The relative strengths and weaknesses of each approach
- How popular eLearning tools accommodate responsive design
- What criteria will help you decide which approach is best for you
Novice and intermediate designers and developers.
discussed in this session:
Captivate, Storyline, Lectora, Gomo, Rise, and Adapt.
Diane Elkins is owner of Artisan E-Learning, a custom eLearning development company specializing in Articulate Studio, Storyline, Trivantis Lectora, and Adobe Captivate. Diane has built a reputation as a national eLearning expert by being a frequent speaker at major industry events, such as ATD ICE, ATD TechKnowledge, DevLearn, and Learning Solutions. She is also the co-author of the popular E-Learning Uncovered book series as well as E-Learning Fundamentals: A Practical Guide, from ATD Press. She is a past board member of the Northeast Florida and Metro DC chapters of ATD.