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Always thought https://pageflip-books.com/#meet… had great potential as you can use html within each "page".
Bit of nostalgia (remember physical books?!), BUT with simple interactive functionality AND easy to setup.
The only other "interactive" print I can think of would be the magazines of News+ from Apple where their is a mix of video, illustration/animation/print, etc, BUT haven't seen anything really mind bending lately...
...Godspeed @utopian! tiled.co looks like a variation on the interactive elements of InDesign, which I've never played with.
Not trying to be snarky, tryin to help, but doesn't an interactive PDF equal a powerpoint or keynote presentation? If there needs to be interactivity I feel like a PDF is not the right avenue, idk.
- no, its more of an interactive brochureHayoth
- sometimes you need to take a print layout (usually delivered as a PDF) and make it interactive, like grocery store flyers, annual reports, etcspot13
- Yeah, but like what beeswax is saying, might as well create an app or landing page. I guess this is how one does it: https://helpx.adobe.…whatthefunk
- jfc: full link ^ https://helpx.adobe.…whatthefunk
This is exatcly what I need right now. A friend needs to show his sea toys at the beach on a tablet. With videos and easy sliding screens.
I made him one with Powerpoint but its sucks on mobile. PDF is a big fail giving "Update Flash" errors when you add an mp4.
oh shit utopian that isn't an easy thing to deliver properly...
I really hope that you will be able to find the right tool for this job.
To be fair the last i had to face these issues was years ago, and it was a dead end mostly because of the limited interactive features. We moved on to QT templates.
The solution on your post looks promising, what is the deal with that one? Why it doesn't satisfies to your needs for the client?
Why not just make a webpage?