I’m working on creating an interactive and responsive e-catalog for a door handles company. Historically, they’ve relied on downloadable PDFs, which mirrored their printed catalogs. While these PDFs have served their purpose, they lack the dynamic interactivity and responsive design we’re aiming for. As a result, I’m considering transitioning to an HTML-based catalog.
Here’s what I envision:
- The catalog should be a blend of a traditional PDF and a responsive webpage, complete with embedded animations, pop-ups, and other interactive elements.
- The final product should be a single downloadable HTML5 file, akin to a .PDF icon, rather than a folder with multiple files. This ensures ease of distribution and download for users.
- It’s crucial that the catalog is universally accessible, opening seamlessly in any browser on both desktop and mobile devices without requiring any additional plugins.
Given these requirements, is Webflow the right platform for this project? Additionally, how can I ensure that the export results in a single file rather than a folder with multiple components?
Thanks for your answers.