We are seeking an Adobe Captivate instructional designer who is equally experienced in graphic design to create interactive e-learning modules. The course is an overview of the professional and legal cannabis industry in the United States, with modules on history, legal issues, growing, dispensaries, cannabis use and so on.
This initial project will test your ability to develop three fully functional Captivate slides that match design templates. Your resources will be Word-based storyboards, slide template images, design specs and all necessary files (photos, backgrounds, audio and video). We’ve also created a complete module at the following link: www.ziplineperformance.com/OverviewDemoModuleV2/index.html . You should use it as a guide in developing your slides. The storyboard is attached so you can see what you will be designing before you bid. You will also want to review the module (link above) before bidding. You will get the images, specs, etc. if you are selected.
You will be responsible for developing slides that can be viewed on HTML5-compatible browsers. This project includes, but is not limited to, the following tasks:
• Developing slides in Adobe Captivate 9 using the templates and specs provided
• Placing, positioning and timing text, background and foreground images onto the Captivate slides, using multiple layers as needed
• Adding standard effects (fade in/out, etc.)
• Importing and synchronizing slide audio and video
• Developing click-box interactions
• Proactively identifying and designing graphic elements as necessary; these elements must be professional, highly interesting and work well within the template
To be clear, this first assignment is a paid test to see how well you can produce good, clean, instructionally sound slides that match the example module. If you do well on the test assignment, then we’ll contract with you to do full modules. We’ll be building a few dozen modules this year so if you have time we should be able to keep you busy. At the same time, we can be flexible with your workload since we’ll have several Captivate designers working on the projects.
Upon completion, you will:
1) send us a CPTX file that can be opened in Captivate 9 and published as an HTML5 project; and
2) make any necessary changes and corrections until approved.
You must be an advanced Captivate 9 developer, as well as be able to use Photoshop and other Creative Cloud applications.
We request that you make available samples of Captivate design projects that you’ve completed.