We are looking to create interactive, clickable parts diagrams to take customers to the correct product on our website. Please have a look at this link for an example of one we made a few years ago:
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The original drawing is a bitmap, so we used Illustrator to turn it into a vector drawing; then in Flash, split the image into indivdual buttons. As Flash appears to be losing ground with IOS and Android, we would need this to be in a format which is compatible across as many browsers & platforms as possible, so please suggest which format you would use. I would be happy for them to be created using any software, as long as we are provided with the original source file and have the ability to edit them ourselves in the future.
This project is for creating just 1 parts finder diagram at first. If we are happy with the work, then we may ask for all of the different models, years and possibly even future bikes, to be created. So there is opportunity for future prospects within this too.
Please see attached, a parts book for the 2013 bike. We would just like the "Radiator - Section 5" making as a test. The numbers on the diagram need to be removed and for some of the parts which are used multiple times, the link needs to direct the customer to the same product page. In addition to this, when scrolling over one of these parts, we would like the whole set of products to be highlighted in order to show the customer how many times that part appears on their bike. For example, part 3 (M345) is used 5 times, so if you rollover 1 of the bolts, all 5 should highlight.
We would welcome someone who is looking for a long-term project, as we would value the continuity of the same professional in all of our future work.
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Hi Splatshop. I'd like to try this with XHTML and image map if I may. Parts seem to be quite delicate, so it might require quite sometime to map them all. Regards, Hendra.