Join Brian Thurston Bralczyk for an in-depth discussion in this video Triggers, events, cases, and actions, part of Axure for UX Design.
…Now that we've added our first clickable hyperlink, we can…look at what actually makes up that interaction inside Axure.…Even though this is only a simple link, it's still made…using the same building blocks as more complex interactions yet to come.…To start, we have a widget, and in this case, that's the collections text widget.…Let's select that.…Once we've added an interaction, this widget also becomes a trigger.…A trigger is the widget that the user interacts…with in order for an interaction to take place.…Now, we're going to focus our attention right here in the…Widget Interactions and Notes pane with the Interactions tab active.…
When we created our link it added some…things here below this label that says OnClick.…OnClick is what's called an event in Axure.…An event is what happens to the trigger before an action takes place.…Here we're saying that when a user clicks…on the collection widget, the interaction will start.…Below that we have this new case one.…And a case in Axure is a group of actions…
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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