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Adobe Captivate 9 drives South African eLearning forward by empowering trainers, educators and instructional designers to rapidly create virtually any kind of eLearning content for both desktops and mobile devices.

“Captivate 9 is truly one tool, with infinite possibilities. A big new feature is the addition of a pre-production workflow for Captivate,” explains Jeremy Matthews, CEO of local distributor – Dax Data. “With the new Adobe Captivate Draft, intended for pre-production design and storyboarding, together with Adobe Captivate Prime - it is now possible for users to complete their entire eLearning production experience using Adobe eLearning solutions,” continues Matthews.

Adobe Captivate Draft provides a simple, intuitive way for course authors to quickly draft storyboards using only a finger and an iPad. It’s a mobile friendly, collaborative and expedient way to rapidly develop ideas and map out the design of an eLearning course.

Courses created in Captivate 9 can be enhanced using SVG graphics or by selecting content from a new library of more than 25,000 exclusive eLearning assets, such as games, interactions, scenarios, characters and more. To achieve complex outcomes, course designers can incorporate multi-state objects and responsive motion effects - without any programming. Once a course is ready for distribution, users can take advantage of single-click publishing to Captivate Prime, delivering a superior learning experience for learners while maintaining control of the learning environment.

The all-new Adobe Captivate Prime, a self-service Learning Management System (LMS) that enables learning professionals to easily and efficiently setup, deliver and track any form of learning. This new cloud-based offering - enables specialists in learning and development, training and human resources departments to take charge of the learning environments they manage and boost impact by developing skill-based learning programs.

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