Learn about using a map in InDesign and adding navigation points.
- [Instructor] If you're producing an interactive document…for a fixed layout epub…or for the InDesign Publish Online service,…then you've got access to features such as navigation points…that can be employed with movies.…Now what I'm going to do here in this InDesign file…is I'm going to bring in a motion map,…a movie here which was made from the stuff…in the previous After Effects movies.…And I'm just going to drag this in like so…to place it round about there.…
Now it'll take a moment to bring in the first frame,…which it uses as the default poster.…But here in the media panel,…which is where we're going to be working…for at least the beginning of this movie,…you can see that it's possible for you to change that…to one of your own should you want to do so.…So you can actually play this inside of the panel.…Now, you won't be able to see it terribly well just here,…but hopefully you can just about detect…that marker going round.…It's not desperately important, I guess,…that you can see it too well at the moment.…
- Understanding where your map will be used
- Finding reference material
- Using symbols and masks
- Drawing roads, rivers, buildings, and other landmarks
- Adding type
- Enhancing your map
- Adding interactivity and animation
Skill Level Intermediate
Illustrator CC 2013 One-on-One: Intermediatewith Deke McClelland11h 37m Intermediate
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1. Designing a Simplified Map
2. Basic Skills
3. Creating a Simplified Map
4. Enhancing Your Map
5. Interactive Maps
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