|Menu Design Guide|
Image-map menu listing
See also: menu design guide to image map navigation.
Image Intelligence Software provides the following image map menu solutions:
- Sensomap drop down menu / image map hybrids
Sensomaps are a unique combination of drop-down menus and image maps. The top level is
an image with hotspots which can be of any shape (polygonal, rectangular, even discontinuous).
Each hotspot can have a drop-down menu system attached. The submenus are in standard AWT
style, will open up to very deep levels, and can cross over applet, frame and window edges if
required. Suitable for attaching drop down menus to diagrams and geographical maps.
Sensomaps are designed to handle complex
and large image-maps without the need for calculating and configuring
imagemap coordinates - they use a purely graphical drawing system
for defining hotspots. They include mouse-sensitive preview/information panels.
- iMMap navigation bars
Place one or two drop down navigation bars onto an image such as a company logo to place
across the top of the page. The drop down menus have up to two levels and form horizontal
bars which remain within the area of the image. The aesthetic versatility is very high.
- iMMap drop down menu / image map hybrids
This is a hybrid between a drop down menu and an image map menu. The image is divided
up into rectangular hotspots, each of which has rollover effects and an accompanying
drop down menu system. The drop down menus can go to one, two or three levels deep,
but must remain within the area of the image. The aesthetic versatility is very high.