Course Level 3: Advanced
Estimated Study Time: 1-2 hours
Learn how to use the conditional logic features in Axure in order to quickly create an interactive prototype.
Rapid prototyping is used to quickly simulate an interactive experience long before a developer even cracks his or her knuckles. It can help save time and money by refining interactions early on and is a great way to ensure that your end-users and stakeholders can visualize your UI plans well enough to give you feedback. Prototyping tools such as Axure allow us to create simulations of web applications, websites, mobile applications, and mobile sites in a fraction of the time it’d take for actual development.
In this course, you’ll learn how to create an interactive prototype in Axure that can pass data from one page to another and do different things based on the conditions that you set. Specifically, you will learn how to set variable values to pass data across pages, set the text on widgets to include variable values, add conditions in Axure’s Case Editor and use the Condition Builder to apply the conditions to a prototype’s interaction. At the end of the course, you will have built a simple four-page prototype capable of demonstrating multiple userflows.
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