Join Brian Thurston Bralczyk for an in-depth discussion in this video Using the exercise files, part of Axure for UX Design.
If you're a premium member of lynda.com, you'll have access to the exercise files I'll be using throughout this course. I like to save the folder to my desktop for easy access as I'm going through the course. Inside each chapter's folder, you'll find a folder for each individual video. I've provided a start file for each one that were used to work in as we walk through the topic. And I've also included a final file for each, in case you want to compare your own working file with the one I finished with. In some videos, I've also included additional image assets along with the acture RP files.
They're there to give you quick access to some graphics you can use as we're creating our prototypes. Now, if you're not a Premium member, you won't have access to those exercise files, but you can definitely follow along from scratch with your own assets.
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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