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Prototyping Essentials with Axure Second Edition by Elizabeth Srail, Ezra Schwartz

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Example 1 – Controlling Styles

A trivial user experience requirement is that the global navigation object will clearly communicate to the user which page they are on. Our basic objective in this example is that when a page loads, the global navigation bar will change to reflect the selected page. When broken into basics statements, an interaction can be described as follows:

  • When: A page loads
  • Where: Global Navigation
  • What: Reflect which page is presented
  • Condition: No

What's interesting about this and most requirements is that there are many ways to execute the "What" component. The active tab can be larger, it can have a different color than the other tabs, its label can have a font in bold and different color, and so on. While there are well-accepted ...

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