If you’re unfamiliar with Adobe DPS then I would recommend you to read the introductory post in the series, in order to learn the basics: Adobe DPS Made Simple: Introduction & Building a Basic Folio
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In this Adobe DPS tutorial I’ll guide you how to build an image gallery, which will allow you to display a series of images.
Create a new document and insert the images you want to display via File > Place…
Align all the images together so that they’re all stacked together.
Open up the Object States panel (if you don’t have it go Window > Interactive > Object States) and click on the Convert selection to multi-state object icon.
This will create a multi-state object:
Reuse or place again all the images you used before. Resize them with the Selection Tool or by going Object > Transform > Scale… to create thumbnail versions of the images, which will be used as buttons.
Open up the Buttons and Forms panel (Window > Interactive > Buttons and Forms). Select the first button from the left and on the panel set the Type to “Button”.
Next in the Button and Forms panel, click the “+” button in Actions and select Go To State
Under Object select the multi-state object you just created and in the State drop-down menu select the state/image the button is meant to represent.
Repeat steps 5 to 7 for the rest of the buttons.
Preview the document to test it in action!
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