Creating a Simple Animated Title Page for Adobe Captivate 9 Courses — With video tutorial and exercise file

By October 15, 2016Blog posts

Title-page-animationWhy create an animated title page for your course? Well, title pages are the face of eLearning courses and give the first impression of the course to the learners. The title of the course, graphics, look-and-feel, and navigation options are some of the factors which will make it appealing for the learners to click the Begin Course button and start taking the course.

So, how should you design your title pages? There are several things you can consider. You need to add a clear and concise topic, use relevant graphics, add music, animations, or videos, and of course a clear call to action for the learner.

In this article, we are going to concentrate on creating an animated title page with the help of effects in Adobe Captivate 9. We are going to look at a very simple example where I’ll show you how to apply multiple motion path effects and modify the timing of the objects to create an animation in Adobe Captivate 9.

Want to follow along the steps that I show you in the video tutorial? Download this Captivate 9 project and follow the steps.

Ready? Here’s a short tutorial:

I hope you liked this tutorial to create a simple title page animation. You can also use one of the pre-built intro animations shipped with Adobe Captivate 9 assets, which are created using native Captivate effects.

Feel free to leave a comment here if you have any questions.

Happy captivating! 🙂

About Dr. Pooja Jaisingh

Pooja Jaisingh, the founder and chief learning geek at LearninGeeks, leads the design and delivery of eLearning and training solutions. She holds a master’s degree in education and economics and a doctorate in educational technology. In addition, she is CPLP, ACE (Adobe Captivate), and COTP certified. She has created several award-winning eLearning courses and eBooks, and regularly conducts workshops and training courses on eLearning tools and techniques. Pooja has authored several courses on Adobe Captivate and Captivate Prime for and LinkedIn Learning. She also teaches Captivate courses at IconLogic. Prior to starting her own company, she has worked as a teacher trainer, instructional designer, and senior Adobe elearning evangelist.

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