One of the easiest ways in Marvel app to add interactivity to your prototype is to link screens together. In this video, you’ll explore the different methods there are for linking screens together as well as understand and use the different screen transitions and actions available when you create a link using a hotspot.
- [Instructor] The first type of interactivity…we're gonna add here,…is we're gonna go through and just do a simple hotspot,…which is gonna allow us to go to another screen.…So, if somebody taps on this area right here,…they can go to the CARRY OUT screen,…or whatever screen we want them to go to.…Now, we don't in here,…since this is a flat image,…we're not gonna pick pieces apart,…and say "Let's take this and make it a button."…We just overlay the interactivity on top…using what are called hotspots.…Now, noticing right here that…the text got small for some reason…after I updated this image.…If I needed to, I could replace that image,…by going back to whatever I used to create this,…let's say Adobe XD or Photoshop or Sketch, whatever,…and then update that,…but, I'm gonna leave it alone for right now,…hopefully that's okay.…
So, we wanna do this,…I wanna make it so that if somebody taps on…something like CARRY OUT,…they can actually go and start ordering, okay?…So if you come out here,…your cursor's gonna turn into a little cross here.…
- What is Marvel?
- Creating a new Marvel project
- Linking screens
- Adding images
- Setting up screen timers
- Adding video
- Sharing and downloading prototypes