"Creativity is Contagious, pass it on." Albert Einstein
Interactive Design is defined as a user-oriented field of study that focuses on meaningful communication of media through cyclical and collaborative processes between people and technology. Successful interactive designs have simple, clearly defined goals, a strong purpose and intuitive screen interface.
Such examples of "drag and drop" methods can often be seen in CMS programs, where the user interacts with a questionnaire, test, or game.
A modal is a dialog box/popup window that is displayed on top of the current page.
It is often used for dialog boxes/forms that are made visible by user interaction, such as application forms, order forms etc. Modal’s can include all forms of graphics, including photographs, audio, and video files.
The example below is a login form, used on many web sites that require member or customer interactions.
Click/tap on the above "login" button to open up the login form.
Prior to HTML5, audio files on the web could only be played in a browser through a plug-in (such as “Flash” or “Quicktime”). Coding was extensive, and mixed with relatively large memory sizes the download time was fairly slow. Therefore, the audio element was often omitted from web pages in an effort to speed-up page download time. Currently, the HTML5 <audio> element specifies a standard way in embedding audio files in a web page.
Above is the basic way to display a audio file with minimal coding on a web page, and includes the standard play, pause, and volume control positioned on the sound-file bar.
Using CSS as a hover effect is a common practice with navigation, highlighting text or graphics when the mouse hovers over the area, thereby showing the user that the hovered text/graphic is interactive and/or navigational. The hover effect can also be put to other uses, whether for alerting the user to some form of interactivity, or as in the examples below, for pure image-transition display.
CSS special effects on hover/mouse-over.
Note: The w3-hover-sepia and w3-hover-grayscale classes are not supported in IE 11 and earlier versions.
Larger movie sizes only work on hardware-screens of that size and above.
Type in the full name of a Rock Band (ex: The Rolling Stones, The Who, The Beatles, Led Zeppelin), then click on the "Members" button.
Click the button to get your coordinates: