Join Brian Thurston Bralczyk for an in-depth discussion in this video Moving things around, part of UX Design Tools: Axure.
…One other interaction, that's fairly easy to set up in Axure, is to…move a widget in some way, based on a user triggering an event.…There are two ways of doing this, and we'll take a look at both.…By far, the most common reason to move…a widget, is to make room for additional content.…So, lets take a look at this example we have got opened.…If I scroll down a little bit.…On the right I have this item here about, becoming a museum docent.…I see a details link below the text.…So, I'm going to go ahead and click that.…When I do that, you'll see some additional information that appears.…
And the details link and all the content below, moves down to accommodate it.…In the newest version of Axure, they've actually made…this type of movement extremely simple, and it just so…happens that the key to this is using the…same show action that we used in the last video.…We're looking now at the chapter 06_06_Start…file, and I've got the collections page open.…Since the trigger for our action is the details text widget.…
AuthorBrian Thurston Bralczyk
- Using and styling widgets
- Setting up interactions
- Creating hide/show options for content
- Creating an accordion menu
- Applying web fonts
- Using flow widgets
- Creating and placing masters
- Styling pages
- Adding form fields with widgets
- Building a slideshow with dynamic panels
- Setting up adaptive views
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Getting Started
2. Shape and Text Widgets
3. Adding Interactivity
4. Generating and Sharing Prototypes
5. Web Fonts
Setting up web fonts4m 7s
6. Flows and Sitemaps
8. Page Options
9. Form Widgets
10. Dynamic Panels
11. Adaptive Web Design
Next steps1m 12s
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