Interactive Graphics - you may have seen interactive graphics on websites, infographics or in blogs.  Interactive Graphics are basically images that contain hotspots that when clicked on or hovered over can open text, video, animations, web address, audio, or lead to different pages, the choice is yours!

For some examples of award winning Interactive Graphics check out The Wall Street Journal (for a bit of fun you can try your hand at being a Tennis Line Judge, or for something more serious, see if you can achieve the US Fed’s inflation target) -  

Until recently getting Interactive Graphics to work involved some pretty serious coding for them to load on websites.  Well, not anymore!!

Doodler are proud to announce we have been secretly experimenting with Interactive Graphics to make them available to non-technical everyday people who don’t have the time or the skills to do the coding themselves!  We’ve created a couple of initial designs (see below) to demonstrate how they can work, and we can customise these to suit you and your client base or even create one that’s unique to you.

With the Federal Budget fast approaching, rather than sending your clients an email update that might be a bit on the long side, how’s about sending them a link to your very own Interactive Federal Budget Graphic?  The Interactive Graphic will allow your client to get a snapshot of the key Budget messages that are important to them, while also giving them the ability to drill down to the detail if they’re so inclined.

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As always we love to get feedback about what we do, so please let us know what you think about Interactive Graphics and how they may be of use and benefit to you and your business.