In this course, you covered a fair amount of InDesign features related to wireframing and UX design in general, including setting up grids and guides, working smarter with styles, creating alternate layouts, building a prototype, and more. There are many other InDesign courses and UX/UI-specific courses on LinkedIn Learning and Lynda.com that can help you continue on your learning path.
- [Instructor] Thanks so much for taking the time…to join me for this course,…UX Design Tools InDesign.…We've covered a fair amount of InDesign features,…related to wireframing and UX Design, in general,…including setting up grids and guides,…working smarter with styles,…creating alternate layouts,…building a prototype, and a lot more.…Just know that there are so many other InDesign courses…in UX UI-specific courses on Lynda.com,…that can help you continue on your learning path.…Thanks again for joining me,…and I will see you next time.…
- Setting InDesign preferences
- Creating InDesign files
- Creating reusable artwork and formatting
- Creating a content library with CC Libraries
- Creating wireframe screens
- Setting up alternate layouts
- Creating a prototype
- Working with multistate objects
- Creating animations
- Exporting prototypes to interactive PDF and Publish Online
Skill Level Intermediate
Building and Maintaining Your UX Design Portfoliowith Diane Cronenwett15m 54s Appropriate for all
Design Thinking: Understanding the Processwith Chris Nodder41m 57s Appropriate for all
1. Setting Up Your Files
2. Creating Reusable Artwork and Formatting
3. Creating Wireframe Screens
4. Creating a Prototype
5. Sharing Wireframes and Prototypes
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