New tools for making responsive HTML from InDesign

Last year the tool in5 (InDesign to HTML5) launched following a successful Kickstarter campaign. Now it’s expanding its publishing chops:

Last month, we added support for InDesign’s native Liquid Layout, allowing for a single, responsive design in HTML5, as well as support the Baker Framework (which is an open source ebook format for iOS devices).

This week, we’ve added support for Multi-State Objects, Form Elements, and several additional Button behaviors, allowing a user to create an enormous amount of interactivity from InDesign.

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