Tuesday, 09 July 2019 07:58

Knowbly Launches Mobile Interactive Video

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Knowbly™ added a fully responsive, element accessible, mobile-driven, interactive video and video assessment experience to their rapid development tool.

“When you spend time creating brilliant courses with beautiful video enhancements, it’s a shame to see them distorted on mobile,” said CEO Kathryn Stewart. “It’s about providing tools that are meaningful to the people who use them. And we feel we’ve done just that with Interactive Video Mobile.” 

Knowbly’s goals of providing 508c-compliant solutions is facilitated with closed-caption controls and inputs are included. Its features include: Fully responsive interactive video player with a mobile-first navigation; Responsive interstitial layers that look good on any mobile device, including: annotations, bookmarks, multiple-choice, multiple-select, fill-in-the-blank, true/false, and short answer; Full-screen mobile interactive video with closed-caption controls and inputs in the authoring experience. 

 

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