Hi guys, I am hoping someone can offer guidance in making a visual website without flash.
I would like to hiring someone to create a different version of this website --> http://www.headneckbrainspine.com/Neuroanatomy-modules.php (HNBS). Please check out the individual modules.
HNBS is an outstanding resource in learning imaging neuroanatomy. There is no other education resource like what the creator of HNBS has done in terms of contouring every single anatomic part of each module. I would like to do the same with other areas of the body, like the chest, abdo, pelvis, shoulder, knee, etc. and I would also like to model a quiz feature after that of HNBS. Since I have little programming experience, I am going to hire someone to do the coding. I would provide the stacks of images and I would contour every part myself with something like ImageJ to create a database of coordinates to highlight for each anatomic structure.
One challenge I face now is that I would like to make the new website iPad-friendly. HNBS as it stands uses .swf files which does not work with a touch-screen mainly because of the mouse-over function. I was wondering if there is a flash-alternative method that can both replicate the mechanics of the current HNBS on desktop/laptops with a mouse as well as allow iPad users to navigate it with a finger? Perhaps the iPad user can tap-and-drag a cursor to mimic the mouse-over and use the 'double-tap' to select a highlighted area?
Is there such a flash-alternative method? Thanks very much!
Edited by tooty, 05 April 2014 - 06:03 PM.