Join James Fritz for an in-depth discussion in this video Creating a loaded button, part of InDesign CS5: Interactive Documents and Presentations.
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Most people think of buttons as a way to go to the next something, like a…page or an image in a slideshow. Buttons can also be used to trigger…animations when you click on them.…Let's create a button that will trigger a series of talk bubbles to appear.…At the bottom of this page I have a small food truck.…Let's add the animation to have each of these bubbles appear.…I am going to select these bubbles, go to my Animation panel, and choose…the Preset > Appear. Let's preview.…As you can see, each of them are appearing one after another.…
But I want them to appear in a different order and I want them to appear when I…click on this button.…Let's open the Animation panel. Inside the Animation panel the Event is set to…On Page Load. That's why all of these bubbles appeared when the page loaded. Let's change this.…I am going to turn off On Page Load.…Right now, there's no event for them.…If I was to preview this animation, nothing would happen.…Instead, we're going to come over here to this little button.…
- Studying new trends in digital design
- Creating a PDF and SWF presentation
- Building different navigation systems
- Creating interactive slideshows
- Animating a presentation as a SWF in InDesign
- Designing an interactive microsite
- Adding video and audio to a document
- Building an interactive TOC with buttons
- Using InDesign and Flash to build an interactive catalog
- InDesign to Flash production tips
Skill Level Intermediate
InDesign CS5 Essential Trainingwith David Blatner10h 33m Beginner
1. Trends in Digital Design
2. Setting Up InDesign for Designing Digital Documents
3. Presentation File Format Options and Tips
4. Creating a Simple PDF or SWF Slide Presentation
5. Adding Advanced PDF Presentation Options
6. Building the Presentation as a Complex SWF File
7. Creating an Interactive Microsite
8. Creating an interactive Mood Board
9. Creating an Interactive Catalog
10. Converting from InDesign to Flash Professional
11. Production Tips for Going from InDesign to Flash
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