Learn Axure, the popular UX software for creating flow charts, wire frames or clickable interactive prototypes, from top S.F. Bay Area UX designer Debbie Levitt. Levitt runs Ptype, one of the few companies in the world recommended by Axure to teach Axure.
Designed for new and experienced UXers, IxDs, IAs, developers, and visual designers, this course offers training in beginning, intermediate and advanced Axure skills. Participants will become comfortable with dynamic panels, conditions, and the techniques for building the key elements found in un-designed (low fidelity) and designed (high fidelity) prototypes.
- Learn to use Axure to create flow charts, wireframes, and interactive prototypes
- Master the new diagramming, prototyping, and specification features in RP8
- Review the basic Axure environment: menus, toolbars, the Inspector, the Outline and more
- Explore Axure toolsets for publishing, exporting, and synchronizing team projects
- Learn about Axure widgets, masters, annotation, naming conventions and documentation
- Master the details of creating navigation menus and interactive forms
- Explore dynamic panels, the Axure element that makes things show, hide, move, or change
- Discover how to emulate mobile responsive designs using Adaptive Views
Debbie Levitt helps people "think in Axure" at her high-end, Axure-centric UX agency Ptype. She's done interaction design and information architecture since 1995 for clients like Razorfish, Constant Contact, Bank of the West, Traction, Wells Fargo, and Sony Mobile.