So the interactive logic model post was a big hit. I kept getting a similar question, so I decided to create a short follow-up.
Here goes…I used icons from thenounproject, sketched it all out in Adobe Illustrator, and created the interactive prototype using Invision.
Interactivity can be accomplished a bajillion and one ways. Some of those ways use free tools that make your information public. Other ways keep everything away from the internet unless you decide to share.
There’s also lots of room between the two extremes.
Not in a position to share things on the internet?
Here is a PDF prototype that does the same thing. I just broke my last prototype up into pages (could have started from scratch but this was quicker) and added a few in-document links.
This is just a prototype, a finished product would be much cleaner. You can check it out here: PDF Interactive Logic Model
Try not to get wrapped up in the tool. Design is more about process than it is about tools. There are lots of ways to do this kind of thing.
I’m curious, are you publishing on the web or still in pdf mode? Do you find this type of approach appealing?