Responsive design will give your users the best experience. This course will teach you how to use Axure's widget library to create different kinds of responsive components, like buttons or logos, for all kinds of devices. Software required: Axure 7.
Designing responsive components that adapt to any device's display is important to providing the best user experience. In this course, Responsive Style Guide and Pattern Library Creation in Axure, you'll learn how to create responsive components for mobile, tablet, and desktop, wrapped in an Axure widget library. You'll start by creating a widget library to match your brand typography, then move onto other brand elements. Next, you'll cover how to make other components such as checkboxes, buttons, grids, and dropdowns, even looking at how to make them touch-friendly. Finally, you'll learn about other important advertising elements and how to make your navigation responsive for your user. By the end of the course, you will have a solid understanding on how to prototype any component required to create a responsive style guide and pattern library. Software required: Axure 7.
Introduction and Project Overview Hello everyone, my name is Sandra Gonzalez. I'm the founder and director of UX & RP. My latest projects include training organizations on how to create prototypes to inspire innovation in order to enable them to think about the future of their products. In this course, we're going to create a responsive style guide, a pattern library in Axure. Some of the key takeaways from watching this course includes learning how to set up breakpoints for mobile, tablet, and desktop, create buttons, form fills, as well more complex design patterns, such as customized dropdowns, design responsive navigational components, and finally wrap it all up in an Axure library you can share with your team. By the end of the training, you will have produced your very own responsive style guide and pattern library. I'm excited to share these tips and techniques with you, so let's get started with the first lesson.