Don't like the widgets you're offered in Axure? Not to worry. You can make them your own. In this video I show you how.
- [Instructor] Now that we have the basics down…of adaptive design, let's talk about styling our widgets.…Here in Axure, we're going to take our homepage…and style some of the widgets we've…already added to the page.…Let's go ahead and select the lines…in our hamburger button.…And now that we have one selected,…let's go ahead and go to Style, and scroll up…If you don't already see your border here.…And then note that we can change our line color…if we so desire; we won't do that right now.…
But we can also change how thick this line is.…So let's make this ticker so it looks like…a proper hamburger button,and then…we'll select the next one.…And do it again for the last line.…And voila, now we have a hamburger button…that looks like a proper hamburger button.…All right, what about if we want to add images?…So we go ahead and we can double-click.…Go to our Image folder and for this one,…we're going to use the splash_hotelphoto.jpg.…
Just select that and click Open.…Now it's huge, right, so we're going to have to…zoom out, which you can do with cmd or ctrl…
- 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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