If you ever tried adding interactivity to your InDesign documents you most likely play around with buttons. They are fairly simple features, but to make the most of them you have to dig deeper. Buttons and other interactive features of InDesign like the Multi-state Objects can be very powerful if you know how to use them in combination. In this tutorial I’m going to walk you through a well designed interactive composition where you can toggle text frames by clicking on images. Let’s get started!
Author: Martin Perhiniakhttp://perhiniak.com/
Martin Perhiniak is a Certified Adobe Design Master and Instructor. He was voted to be one of the top 10 Adobe instructors in the world by student feedback in 2015. In his online courses besides the technical knowledge you need, Martin will also teach you a lot about design principles, compositional techniques and plenty of best practices that he picked up and developed while working as a designer and retoucher on projects such as Pixar’s Cars and Toy Story, BBC’s Dr Who or Mattel’s Team Hot Wheels. He feels it his mission to share his insights of the design industry and its latest trends with beginners and creative professionals around the World.