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Hi All,

Ive spent most of the day trying to work out which software to use from my adobe suite , to create an interactive infographic . I'm still not sure but I think Muse may be able to do the job. What I will be doing is rendering an image in 3ds Max of a factory layout . I want to have hotspots on the image that with a mouseover will highlight (with colour) the particular area of the factory image. I also want a text label to appear with the same mouseover. When clicked on I want a pop-up to appear with an image and text and links relevant to that particular part of the factory.  This all has to be implemented into a webpage, hopefully of an existing dreamweaver website.

I would also like the ability to save this interactive page as a standalone image that can be opened like a pdf or something similar.

Lastly I would like to able to produce the same design to work on Ipad/touchscreen if possible.

Can anyone advise whether Muse is the right software and possibly point me in the direction of a tutorial that explains this process ?

The other apps Ive looked at today for this job are Animate Cc, Illustrator and InDesign.

Thankyou in advance for any help on this .

Kind regards.

Rich Jacob

Hi Rich,

Looking at your requirements I must say that Muse will be the best app for you.

The only problem is we cannot export from Muse as an image or even PDF. The export is only done on a web server.

As requested, below are some tutorials which might help you figure out the things.

Hope this helps.

Regards,

Ankush

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Interactive Infographic

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Hi All,

Ive spent most of the day trying to work out which software to use from my adobe suite , to create an interactive infographic . I'm still not sure but I think Muse may be able to do the job. What I will be doing is rendering an image in 3ds Max of a factory layout . I want to have hotspots on the image that with a mouseover will highlight (with colour) the particular area of the factory image. I also want a text label to appear with the same mouseover. When clicked on I want a pop-up to appear with an image and text and links relevant to that particular part of the factory.  This all has to be implemented into a webpage, hopefully of an existing dreamweaver website.

I would also like the ability to save this interactive page as a standalone image that can be opened like a pdf or something similar.

Lastly I would like to able to produce the same design to work on Ipad/touchscreen if possible.

Can anyone advise whether Muse is the right software and possibly point me in the direction of a tutorial that explains this process ?

The other apps Ive looked at today for this job are Animate Cc, Illustrator and InDesign.

Thankyou in advance for any help on this .

Kind regards.

Rich Jacob

Hi Rich,

Looking at your requirements I must say that Muse will be the best app for you.

The only problem is we cannot export from Muse as an image or even PDF. The export is only done on a web server.

As requested, below are some tutorials which might help you figure out the things.

Hope this helps.

Regards,

Ankush

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Hi Rich,

Looking at your requirements I must say that Muse will be the best app for you.

The only problem is we cannot export from Muse as an image or even PDF. The export is only done on a web server.

As requested, below are some tutorials which might help you figure out the things.

Hope this helps.

Regards,

Ankush

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