Creating Responsive Layouts with InDesign and in5 - S304

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It turns out that an interactive PDF isn’t very interactive. But there is a rich interactive format that is, and it can be created with InDesign without coding. Use your awesome design skills to create responsive documents that look and function like websites, mobile apps, web banners, and more. Join designer and owner of Ajar Productions Justin Putney to discover how InDesign and Ajar’s in5 extension lets you export interactive layouts to an open format that’s viewable on any device.

In this session, you’ll explore how to:

  • Create websites, digital magazines, presentations, and more from InDesign
  • Trigger animation automatically as well as with a button
  • Hide and show content based on user interaction to create menus, pop-ups, and slideshows
  • Create responsive layouts that change based on the user’s device or screen size

Technical Level: Intermediate, Advanced

Session Type: Session

Category: How To

Track: Graphic Design

Audience: Art/Creative Director, Graphic Designer, Print Designer, Web Designer, Illustrator

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