PART 2 IN OUR AXURE SERIES
We'll show you how to use Axure to improve your UX workflow when working with design and development teams. Explores how to organize and export Axure prototypes and share your prototypes using Axshare. We will be looking at how to create dynamic panels with complex interactions, add some fun to a prototype with simple animations and use the very powerful (and equally confusing) repeater widget.
$65 cash at-the-door. Please bring exact change.
$50 + Eventbrite fees
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
This workshop is for intermediate level (1-2 years of experience) information architects, user experience designers, visual designers and product leads who dream up digital products and want to quickly explore ideas and communicate complex (and sometimes subtle) interactions. This is an intermediate class.
- Anyone with solid computer skills
- Experience with Axure needed (30-40 hours minimum)
- This is an intermediate class so the pace will go much more quickly than the previous beginner class.
See Ticket Information at top of page
WHAT TOPICS WILL BE COVERED? (SUBJECT TO CHANGE)
Best practices on how to organize an Axure project and build process flows within your project that link to specific pages.
When and how to use annotations and page notes to clarify interactions and functional specifications for business stakeholders, product managers and development teams.
Using dynamic panels to build tabs, accordions and sliders in Axure
Building simple interactions, like dynamically changing the appearance of objects on the screen
Creating simple animations in Axure with input field containers to make forms come to life.
Utilizing the repeater widget to quickly create beautifully designed datasets and manipulate them through interactions.
How to setup different exporting options (generators) for Axure prototypes and functional specification documents.
Sharing prototypes using Axshare (Axure’s cloud based prototype sharing service) and customizing their appearance
ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR
Paul Lumsdaine works with large scale enterprise companies to invigorate user experience teams in companies such as Cisco Systems and Pepperdine University. He currently works for Ness Technologies on large scale applications for the Financial sector. He is also the founder and owner of a web design and development company called Lab Coat Media.
To recieve a refund, please submit your request 36 hours in advance. Thank you.
BEFORE THE WORKSHOP
Please install Axure before the workshop by going to Axure.com home page and click on the "Download Free Trial" button.
WHAT TO BRING
Laptop AC Adapter
iPad or other tablet (optional)
Please note that lunch is not supplied. We'll have a 30-40 minute lunch break so please bring your own sandwhiches or salads. We'll have snacks and drinks for you.
Our venue is right next to Bucca Di Beppo and there's a huge public parking structure (paid) right across the street.
Los Angeles Axure Users Meetup (Beth Wegner)