InDesign CS5 is a revolutionary tool for building interactive experiences. Total Training for InDesign CS5 Interactivity will help you gain insight into the new interactive features and publishing models available with InDesign CS5. In addition, you will see how designers and developers can collaborate on interactive projects using InDesign and Flash Professional.
Using timeline animation in inDesign
Creating and triggering multi-state objects in InDesign
Controlling audio and video playback in your interactive project
Creating buttons that control other aspects of your project
Collaborating with developers who use Flash Professional
Now more than ever, creative projects include print and interactive components and this InDesign CS5: Interactivity course will give you the skills you need to include them in your work. Whether new to interactive design or a seasoned pro, you will learn the skills you need to take advantage of interactivity in InDesign.
Chapter 13: EXPORTING TO FLASH® PROFESSIONAL (13 min)
The Beneﬁts of Flash
FLA Export Options
What to Expect in Flash
James Lockman is the owner of James Lockman Consulting, a digital workflow consulting and training company. James holds a degree in physics and applied physics from Yale University, and has years of experience teaching high school and college physics. James joined Working Words & Graphics in 1995 to head its Digital Prepress division. Since then, he has become a technical resource for manufacturers, software vendors, printers, agencies and graphic designers worldwide. His long practical experience with PostScript and PDF workflows, coupled with his teaching skills, make a great fit for training technical subjects.
James is an Adobe Certified Creative Suite Master and Adobe Acrobat Connect Pro Consultant. With customers ranging from large agencies to small boutique newspapers, his expertise in Acrobat and web-based collaboration make them more agile in today’s electronic document workflows. He is a frequent presenter at industry events and online for Adobe Systems. James is also a seasoned instructor. In the early 1990s, he taught physics at Phillips Academy, Andover, Massachusetts and at Worcester Academy, Worcester, Massachusetts. He also taught Astronomy and Physics at Rutgers University in Newark, New Jersey, where he studied Physics and Electrical Engineering. On graphics subjects, he is the host of several Total Training series, including Total Training for Acrobat 9 Essentials and InDesign CS4 Essentials, and has more titles in the works. He blogs at www.jameslockman.com/jamesblog/
James lives in Maine with his wife and three sons, and enjoys making maple syrup and playing the tuba.