Responsive and Adaptive Design
I'm currently looking to make sure that all the courses and resources I build can not only be accessed from any device, but feel like they belong on those devices. Whilst there's obviously a whole range of learning theory considerations, my main concern here is the technical aspect of building responsive or adaptive learning.
I've experimented with Gomo, Adapt and Adobe Muse (a website builder rather than a learning development tool) with some success but, having used Storyline for dozens of projects, I'd love to be able to make it work in this fashion.
All this boils down to two questions:
1. Is there a way of Storyline recognising what device a learner is using and loading up the appropriate version of a course (which would involve building more than one version - not ideal but workable in some cases)?
2. What practical (or technical) tips do people have for ensuring that a Storyline project can simultaneously feel at home on a desktop, a tablet and a mobile phone beyond big text and big buttons (for example, avoiding animations such as 'wipe' and 'grow' which won't work on a mobile but will on desktop)?