Join Brian Thurston Bralczyk for an in-depth discussion in this video Using the prototype, part of Axure for UX Design.
…We're back in the browser with our prototype file open.…Which was generated from the Chapter 202, Start File.…If you have the preview open, that'll work…exactly the same for what we're looking at here.…Now the most important way to use…a prototype, is to actually show other people…what the page should look like, and how…things should behave when users interact with it.…So far that's exactly what we've been doing.…But there's some additional tools that appear here…inside the browser prototype, that will let us configure…exactly how the user sees it, and those…tools are all located here in the left sidebar.…
First off, if you want the experience of viewing and using your prototype…to be more realistic, you may want to get rid of this sidebar completely.…After all, it's not really going to be part of your application or website.…So here at the top of the side bar we have a minimize icon.…And that hides it, but still gives us access again,…by clicking the little window icon in the upper left.…There's also an X icon which will close the side bar entirely.…
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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