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Leslie McKerchie

Hi Abhishek!

Content on responsive web pages dynamically repositions to fit different screen sizes. On a tablet, a menu might appear on the side. On a smaller phone, it might shift to the top.
 
Our view is that slide-based content shouldn't work this way, because the relative position of content matters. For example, if you build a slide with a person pointing at a map, you don’t want the map repositioned above the person’s head when the slide is viewed on a phone.
 
E-learning authoring tools that claim to be responsive actually make you manually reposition your slide content—the person and the map in this case—for every device. It’s a grueling task given the ever-growing pool of devices and form factors available to learners.
 
You should be able to develop a course once and trust it will look great on any device—without any manual tweaking. With that in mind, we're working to provide exceptional HTML5 output, responsive mobile course players for slide-based content, and responsive design for web-based content.

To understand our strategy for multi-device e-learning, see our white paper linked here.