Engage | Spotlight on Circle Interaction

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This is Part 5 of an 11-part series on Engage Interaction Types – More Than Meets the Eye.

Want to convey related items in a circular hierarchy? Then the Circle Interaction is for you. From outlining your customer service philosophy to examining how different layers of an organization come together to function, this interaction can be leveraged in a number of creative ways.

Engage | Spotlight on Circle Interaction


Here are some ways to use the Circle Interaction that you might not have thought of:

  • A non-traditional org chart where the customer is at the center
  • Elements of a project
  • People on a project team
  • Process definition when related process phases can happen simultaneously
  • An organization’s mission statement
  • Fundraising priorities
  • Market segments of your customer base
  • Revenue source from your verticals & products
  • Online support offerings your company has
  • Outline of quarterly goals
  • Interactive pie chart – click the segments for more info on the values

An 11-Part Series: Engage Interaction Types – More Than Meets the Eye

  1. Engage Interaction Types – More Than Meets the Eye
  2. Engage | Spotlight on Process Interaction
  3. Engage | Spotlight on Labeled Graphic
  4. Engage | Spotlight on Tabs Interaction
  5. Engage | Spotlight on Circle Interaction
  6. Engage | Spotlight on Timeline Interaction
  7. Engage | Spotlight on Media Tour
  8. Engage | Spotlight on FAQ Interaction
  9. Engage | Spotlight on Pyramid Interaction
  10. Engage | Spotlight on Guided Image
  11. Engage | Spotlight on Glossary

2 responses to “Engage | Spotlight on Circle Interaction”


I think there is a problem with the overall Engage interactions when you try to add an image (exmp: jpeg). When you insert an image the Multimedia Properties/ Options/Zoom Image sometimes doesn’t work with no reason. Sometimes the zoom image is faded out and you can not select anything and sometimes it is not. Could this be because of the image size? I checked the interaction properties section there seems to be nothing on the Zoom Image property there.
Help me!

Ipek // Posted at 5:00 pm on May 7th, 2007

Hi Ipek-

That’s correct – whether the zoom image option is enabled depends on the size of the inserted image. You can learn more in this forums thread:

Max media size to prevent the zoom button

gabe // Posted at 11:38 am on May 8th, 2007

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