Join Justin Seeley for an in-depth discussion in this video Using arrowhead strokes for emphasis, part of Illustrator for Web Design: Wireframing.
- Earlier we talked a little bit about…touching and swiping or pinching and zooming…and how we can best show that on our mock ups…and wireframes here inside of Illustrator.…And so, for the most part what I do…is I use arrowheads and the stroke capability…to showcase these types of movements…because it's very hard to let people know…exactly what you're supposed to be doing with your hands…or with your fingers or with your mouse…just by giving them a static image.…So, I use this as a way of doing that…and then I also build a key when I publish this…at the very end.…So, from what here what I would do…up here on the slideshow, for instance,…remember we drew this line to indicate movement…up here but it doesn't really tell me…which way to swipe at all.…
So, what I would do here is I would do something like…in the stroke panel go down to where it has arrowheads…and if I'm allowing them to flip one way or the other…using their finger.…What I would do is I would add arrowheads to this…and you can pick any arrowhead you want in here…
Miss part one? Check out Illustrator CC for Web Design: Core Concepts.
- Choosing a color scheme
- Creating a layer structure
- Targeting specific devices
- Building a wireframe library
- Adding UI placeholders
- Assembling your wireframe
- Saving and versioning a wireframe