- Pop-ups – we’ll make a map with icons to click for more info, four different ways, using animation, buttons, and lines
- Animated bar charts to make data presentation “cool”
- A hamburger menu for page navigation, both an animated menu and simple next and previous page buttons.
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If you’re curious how InDesign can create engaging interactive documents, this is the session for you! InDesign has a rich toolset for adding buttons and animation. But to use these features well, sometimes you need to think outside the box. In this session, we’ll take a look at the “trickery” involved in producing a series of interactive effects, using some obvious and not-so-obvious techniques. If you’ve tried InDesign’s interactive features and found them frustrating, join this session and look again.
We’ll cover techniques for creating:
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