I did not realize that interactive pdfs were made with InDesign. Most of the forms that I use for people are based in HTML and JAVA. I will use this with many of my clients to build forms that can be filled out and saved as a pdf.
First off, sorry everyone for not submitting my draft on Wednesday. Had an issue come up and it caused me to be late. I too enjoyed this assignment and can use it for a work events form I have to create. HOWEVER, my version of adobe at home only showed a few radial buttons when I went to open in pdf. Totally bummed!
Here is how it looks as a jpeg. I created a drop down box under residence description which does not show here.
I see a light at the end of the tunnel! Here’s hoping everyone left in the class finds the energy to stick it out!
Here is my first go at this job. I am not particularly pleased with the outcome though. It does not blend right. Then again, I think I may have misunderstood the instructions–it said leave the opacity at 100% but wanted the color blended? Oh well, I will muddle my way through. 🙂
I had trouble with this assignment, and I told Heidi when I submitted the draft. The blending modes I was using on the different objects weren’t doing anything to the objects. I managed to get three different images but they don’t look anything like the images supplied for examples on the assignment page (the green ones). Still don’t know what I’m doing wrong!