Print designers make the transition to multimedia by mastering the interactive capabilities of InDesign with this tutorial-based guide to the new CS5 toolset that integrates with the Adobe Flash platform.
is an Adobe certified instructor in the Adobe Creative Suite applications and is also an eLearning specialist. As the principal of Mira Images, a Philadelphia-based Adobe Authorized Training Center and consultancy (www.miraimages.com), she has inspired reckless pursuit of all things Adobe in countless students since the dawn of the new millennium. Routinely using the full complement of CS applications in her freelance work, Mira has abundant practical experience in deploying the interactive capabilities of the suite as well as a strong foundation in animation and coding. Gifted with an ability to make even the most complex concepts understandable, she places a great emphasis on real-world skills, best practices and productivity tools.
Introduction Part One: Interactive InDesign! Chapter 1: Showcase Chapter 2: Designing for Interactivity Chapter 3: The Interactive Interface Part Two: Buttons Chapter 4: About Buttons Chapter 5: Simple Image-based Buttons Chapter 6: Multi-object Buttons Chapter 7: Button Variations Part Three: Animation Chapter 8: Introducing: Animation in InDesign! Chapter 9: Getting Fancy with Animation Chapter 10: Multi-state Objects Chapter 11: Banner Ads Chapter 12: Page Transitions Part Four: Working with Media In Indesign Chapter 13: Abode Media Encoder Chapter 14: Adding Media in InDesign Part Five: Bookmarks, Hyperlinks, and Cross-references Chapter 15: Bookmarks Chapter 16: Hyperlinks and Cross-references Part Six: Layout Chapter 17: Working with Text Chapter 18: Multi-page Document Layout Chapter 19: Shapes and Color Part Seven: Output: Processes, Pitfalls, and Performance Chapter 20: Output Chapter 21: Preparing for Output Resources