- Using patches
- Importing content
- Working with shapes and masks
- Create scrollable components
- Creating motion and animation
- Using loops
- Adding media and effects
- Testing your prototypes
- Sharing your project
Skill Level Beginner
- [Tom] Well, hello there. My name is Tom Green, and I would like to welcome you to Origami Studio for UX Design. As you are about to discover, Origami Studio is one seriously robust prototyping application. Once you start to understand the fundamentals of Origami Studio, you will understand why it has become such a hit in the UX design community. We start this course with a review of the various features of the interface. We move into discovering how to import your Photoshop, Sketch, and Illustrator content into Origami Studio.
We finish up by my showing you a few places where you can learn even more about Origami Studio and where to get any questions you may have answered. By the end of this course, you will have been exposed to the fundamentals of using this application and will be ready to start prototyping your UX designs. So let's get started and dive right in and really start learning how to use Origami Studio.
Building and Maintaining Your UX Design Portfoliowith Diane Cronenwett15m 54s Intermediate
1. The Origami Studio Interface
2. Working with Patches
3. Importing Content and Working with Shapes
4. Scrolling Content
6. Creating and Using Loops
7. Media and Effects
8. Device Testing and Sharings
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