Finally one of the two actual responsive and adaptable elearning building tools around and not pseudo-resposinve (i.e. need a viewer for ipad or similar) within an hour of signing up I had created a module that worked on any (modern) browser or device and just for the sake of it converted the module into native apps for blackberry android and iOs. It's a clean product with lots of versatile features that you can change dramatically just by using in a different way
What do you dislike?
One thing outstanding that is still in the pipeline is the API to create your own learning assets though this is only really needed for coders who like to play as I haven't found many learning interaction types I couldn't make using the set of growing tools provided
Recommendations to others considering the product
Take one of your old project and build it in the trial then share it, youll be surprised at how impressed your stakeholders and customers will be. Ask the guys at gomo for some demos to see how simplifying your learning whilst making it usable and eye catching really engages your learners enabling them to learn when and where they want.
The price is very very reasonable for what you get a fraction over the cost of captivate but if you just glance at the end user system requirements for each and the choice is easy
What business problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?
Story boards and nearly a thing of the past as its that quick to create a module from an outline that you skip a lot of rewrites due to stakeholders being able to quickly visualise the way a course is going rather than swapping back and forth with powerpoints of excell sheets
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