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Browse through some examples of deliverables designed and created by Infosemantics.
These examples showcase e-learning lessons created using Adobe products, predominantly Captivate, Flash, Fireworks, Photoshop, and Soundbooth.
- What's New In First Priority Version 5 (English)- A tutorial explaining new features in a web-based software system. Here is the same tutorial in Spanish! (Pardon my Australo-Hispanic accent...)
- SAP Occupational Health and Hygiene - A project with a couple of lessons explaining conceptual topics and one rather longish SAP transaction tutorial.
- Chem Alert 3 - Some introductory tutorials for new users of a web-based chemical management system.
- Environmental Management - A basic awareness course about environmental management for a water utility.
- Office-based Waste Management - This course teaching basic concepts of Sustainability and management of different types of office-based waste was a lot of fun to create. Tristan created the animated rubbish bins in the lesson Disposing of Office-based Waste. He used Flash to animate the bins and lip-synced the audio so that they seem to talk! We recorded various people in the organisation (as well as some of their children) for the bin voices. Take the test at the end of this lesson. But be warned, if you get something wrong the bins may tell you off!
- Introduction to Iron and Steelmaking - This is a prototype lesson created for a course I'm currently working on. I think it demonstrates what you can achieve when using Captivate and Flash together. Watch for the 2 minute Flash animation of the steelmaking process in the middle of this lesson!
These PDF documents are examples of deliverables originally created using Microsoft Word with graphics captured or created using other applications (e.g. SnagIt, Visio).
Quick Reference Guides (QRGs)
A QRG provides step-by-step instructions on how to complete a task. They are often used to supplement more detailed documentation, or as handy sheets to have on hand when performing a common task.
Click links below to see example QRGs created using Microsoft Word, SnagIt and Fireworks:
- QRG - Burning a Music CD using Apple iTunes
- QRG - Adobe Fireworks Cheatsheet 1
- QRG - Adobe Fireworks Cheatsheet 2
- QRG - Adobe Fireworks Cheatsheet 3
Flash and Air Development
Sketchee is Tristan's first complete Flash ActionScript 2/3 application. It started out with a few very simple lines of code that allowed you to draw lines with only one colour and one size, and gradualy progressed into this wonderfully simple drawing application which is perfect for use when delivering presentations or training sessions to clients using a digital projector in meeting rooms where you don't have a whiteboard handy. Just fire up Sketchee and illustrate your point on the digital screen!
Please Note: Sketchee is an AIR application, so you need to download the free Adobe Integrated Runtime from here. As Sketchee is currently output as AIR 1.0, we regret that it will not run on the Linux operating system.