Want to add some tab elements your page? We walk through how to create tabs that respond and show content based on what the user is doing.
- [Instructor] Now that our pages are all linked together,…it's time to fill out our pages a bit more.…What if people are coming to the site…and they want to learn more information about the hotel…because they might be arriving soon…and they want to know about the services and amenities,…or about arrival information such as what time…they should expect to be able to check in at the hotel?…So you see here I've already created your tabbed elements.…And now we're just going to piece this together…so that our users can go ahead…and tab through the different elements here.…So the first thing you want to do in order to create…a dynamic panel and this interactive element…is to go ahead and group and create elements together.…
And then you want to name them.…So our first group is Arrival.…Our second group is Amenities.…And then our tabs, named as if they're being programmed,…they are our arTab and seTab.…Now we want to go ahead and change this into a dynamic panel.…So clicking on the Arrival, go ahead and right-click,…
- 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
Learn Sketch: Mobile Design Workflowswith Diane Cronenwett1h 30m Intermediate
Foundations of UX: Prototypingwith James Williamson1h 39m Beginner
Foundations of UX: 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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