When opening Axure for the first time, you may feel a little overwhelmed with all the various panels and options for you. This video gives a brief overview of the Axure Interface.
- [Instructor] Now we'll get into the Axure RP interface.…You'll see here that there's a Pages panel,…Libraries panel,…Masters panel,…Inspector Page panel,…and Outline Page panel, as well as options across the top,…as well as of course our File, Edit, View, et cetera menu…at the top as well.…So let's get into what's available to us here.…Here in the Pages panel you'll see that there's Home,…Page one, Page two, and Page three.…
That is our sitemap, which we'll get into…a little bit later in the course.…But essentially this is where all of our pages are…for our application.…Then below that is the Libraries.…And here, in the Libraries, is all of our widgets.…And within all of these widgets you'll see that…by default it comes with our default options…which you see behind.…There's Flow, which of course…is all the user flow related widgets.…
And then there's Icons, which you can also of course…use in your designs.…You can always also import and add extra libraries…to all of these options here,…this is just a great way to get started.…
- Using widgets
- Setting up interactions
- Building an adaptive page
- Styling pages and widgets
- Creating forms
- Adding text fields, dropdowns, and check boxes
- Hiding and showing menus
- Creating carousels
Skill Level Intermediate
Sketch: Mobile Design Workflowswith Diane Cronenwett1h 30m Intermediate
UX Foundations: Usability Testingwith Chris Nodder1h 29m Beginner
1. Axure Quick Start
2. Adaptive vs. Responsive Design
3. Style Your Pages
5. Adding Interactivity
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