Responsive Training Simulation—One of my most recent projects was a 10-part software simulation course designed using Adobe Captivate. This responsive course can be viewed on desktop, tablet, and mobile devices. It is translated into 4 languages using the same source in Adobe Captivate. User-Interface (UI) screenshots and device frames are used to simulate real-word experiences. The UI screenshots can easily be swapped out in the various languages and when the UI changes within the product.
Learn Acrobat XI -The Acrobat XI project was a comprehensive online video training series developed entirely from scratch using the ADDIE learning model. The course is published on Udemy.com and includes over 9 hours of content, comprising over 78 video lectures, 15 quizzes, and exercise files. The HD videos were created using TechSmith Camtasia and the audio was prepped in Adobe Audition. The exercise files were created in Adobe InDesign, Photoshop, Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, and Excel.
Quick Tip Tutorials – These tutorials were designed as a series of short steps (sequential access) the learner can follow in video format with mouse-click simulation. They were created using Adobe Captivate (without audio) to facilitate localization in multiple languages and easy updating. The screen captures are layered Photoshop files that can quickly be modified based on the Acrobat user interface language and rendered into a video. Updates and changes take minutes instead of hours.
How to Edit Guide – This task-based interactive guide was developed using a hybrid between direct access and sequential access to walk learners through existing content specific to editing in Acrobat and Adobe Reader.
Electronic Signature Guide – This task-based interactive guide was developed using a hybrid between direct access and sequential access to walk learners through existing content specific to electronic signatures in Acrobat and Adobe Reader.
Infographics – Step-based (sequential access) tutorials designed as an alternative to video format. These infographics were created in Adobe InDesign/Photoshop CC and published in JPEG format.
Blog articles – The All Things Acrobat and more blog articles are written based on identified content gaps on AcrobatUsers.com.