Part 2 - Interaction Design & Navigation

Views: 8,329
  • Products Covered:
  • Flash Catalyst
Save to My Library

Was this episode helpful?
Yes No
About This Episode
Now that you understand the five principals of Interaction Design, it’s time to learn how to apply those concepts to craft effective navigational systems for digital interfaces. At the end, follow along a quick tutorial in Adobe Flash Catalyst to see some ways dropdown navigation bar elements can be presented.
Episode Title Runtime CC Products Covered My Library
Part 1 - Five Essential Principles of Interaction... 00:28:45
  • Flash Catalyst
Part 2 - Interaction Design & Navigation 00:29:06
  • Flash Catalyst
Part 3 - Interaction Design & Text 00:27:15
  • Flash Catalyst
Part 4 - Interaction Design & Images and Media 00:28:34
  • Flash Catalyst
Part 5 - Interaction Design & Forms and Dialogs 00:25:36
  • Flash Catalyst
Next episode in this show
Part 3 - Interaction Design & Text
Other Suggested Episodes
Add Interactivity to your Project
Working with Adobe Illustrator
Working with Adobe Photoshop
Understanding States and Layers
Use the Library
Products used in this episode
Related Shows
Classroom: Basic Site Layout and Navigation in Dreamweaver
Adobe platform evangelist Paul Trani takes you through a basic step by step guide for creating your first website with Adobe Dreamweaver CS5 using HTML, CSS and more.
Recent Episodes
Part 01 - Introduction
Part 02 - Creating Your First Webp...
Part 03 - Setting up a Local Site
View All Episodes
Learn Flash Catalyst CS5
Learn the basics of Flash Catalyst CS5 with Getting Started and New Features tutorials by product experts.
Recent Episodes
GS-01: Create a project from an Il...
GS-02: Creating buttons from Illus...
GS-05: Adding transitions between...
View All Episodes
Copyright © 2016 Adobe Systems Incorporated. All rights reserved.
Use of this website signifies your agreement to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy and Cookies