Adobe Captivate Examples, Templates, & Training

Adobe Captivate is an incredibly powerful and easy-to-use software program used by developers to create awesome and professional eLearning in a timely manner. Our template development team has devoted considerable resources to creating the best templates in the world for Adobe Captivate. Read through our articles that include examples and template highlights so you can also be a Captivate pro.

Missing Captivate Quiz Buttons? We Can Fix It

In their most recent update to Captivate 9.0.2, Adobe made many fantastic changes. They sped up the load and publish time for Captivate projects, they amped up the Assets tool and they provided a link to the new Captivate community. However, one change they made... read more

Cool Captivate Keyboarding Kits

eLearning professionals who came of age in the past couple decades likely have fond memories of sitting around the TV, wires strewn about the living room, mindlessly mashing buttons with friends or siblings, hoping to best each other in virtual competition. Of course,... read more

Save Time Using Text to Speech in Captivate 9

As Instructional Designers and eLearning developers, we like to set the mood for our courses through the use of various types of elements. We use graphics instead of text to spark our learners’ interest, we incorporate interactivity to keep them engaged, and we add... read more

Get Your Vibe On with These Captivate Themes

Putting together a cohesive and good-looking eLearning course takes effort and planning. The designer needs to know the goal of the course and pick a consistent and appropriate tone for the material. With a little help from our library of Captivate themes, however,... read more

Give yourself a GIFT with Captivate Quizzes

Recently, in our house, we celebrated several birthdays. Celebrations like birthdays, Christmas, Hanukkah, Mother’s Day, Easter, and so forth always seem to involve some form of gift for others. Well, when it comes to designing your quizzes in Captivate, you can also... read more

Get Moving with Motion Paths in Captivate 9

Summertime here in the Western United States is a time for a plethora of outdoor activities all designed with one goal in mind: Get moving. This is good advice for all of us if we want to maintain or improve our health. The same advice holds true for improving learner... read more

Riddle Me This: 5 Captivate Quizzes

We’ve recently added several Captivate quizzes to our template library in continuation of our endless journey to fulfill your every quizzing need. These unique and striking designs are sure to add that extra flare your next Captivate project truly needs. Peg In... read more

Getting Started with Assets in Captivate 9.0.2

If you use Captivate 9, you may have noticed that Adobe pushed out a new update (9.0.2) last week. This update contains several improvements to the functionality and usability of Captivate 9. For a complete breakdown of these improvements, you can click here. One of... read more

Presenting… Captivate Intros!

Seems like just yesterday we had new fancy animated Captivate intros to show you, but the boys and girls in the graphics department have been hard at work creating more and more innovative ways to open your captivate courses. Today we are happy to showcase two recent... read more

4 New Complementary Captivate Themes

Creating visually explosive eLearning in Adobe Captivate 9 can be a tough if you’re not experienced with graphic design. That’s why we at eLearning Brothers want to spare you those efforts by creating templates that not only look amazing, but also fill a... read more

Fill in the Blank with These Captivate Templates

In traditional training and education, the learner is often given a sheet of paper and asked to write in the correct answers for themselves. This requires them to have a sharp memory, relying only on the questions asked for contextual clues. That’s the strength... read more

Captivate Introductions That Need No Introduction

In May, we announced a series of 8 new Captivate course introductions.  We were very proud of all of them, but for brevity’s sake, we only got around to showcasing 4 of them. Today we wanted to take a look at the other half of our inventory of animated intros,... read more

Get Comfortable in Your Captivate Player Skins

An oft-quoted nugget of wisdom advises us to love ourselves, to be accepting and patient with our own human flaws. In short, we ought to be comfortable in our own skin. Believe it or not, the same advice applies to eLearning courses. They want to feel valued and... read more

4 New Adobe Captivate Drag and Drop Templates

Our human minds crave order. Even if you think of yourself as a particularly messy or carefree person, your brain still likes the things in your life to fit into neat boxes, for things to have structure, and make sense. Nowhere is this more apparent than in the very... read more

Blue Collar Captivate Templates

As long as we humans continue to expand and develop our existing civilizations, we are going to need people on the front lines, growing and maintaining our infrastructure and creating the goods needed to expand our society. And as long as people... read more

3 New Captivate Knowledge Checks to Put Into Action

One handy utility of Adobe Captivate is the option to include shared actions. Simply put, a shared action allows you to create a certain action or protocol within a course (for instance, having feedback pop up after selecting an answer) and repeat it in multiple parts... read more

Celebrating 50 eLearning Best Practices

This article marks my fiftieth publication on the eLearning Brothers blog. I wouldn’t be a true training and development professional if I didn’t take the opportunity to reflect on what I’ve learned. Come follow along this summary post where I highlight the top 50... read more

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