Here are some of the types of users currently using Axure RP: UX designers Web designers UX researchers UX consultants/analysts Lecturers Senior/Head designers managing teams Students
I use Axure RP at the start of a project during both the Research and Design phases of a project.
Axure RP is a powerful design tool for creating highly interactive HTML prototypes for web, mobile, and desktop application projects. The RP in Axure RP stands for Rapid Prototyping which is the core focus of the tool.
Axure RP Tutorial for beginners on how to create a web design prototype that has a parallax scrolling effect. In this Axure tutorial, viewers will learn how to create dynamic panels, pin header menu to the top of a browser, parallax scrolling effect for two separate section of a website design and how to use… Continue reading Axure RP tutorial for beginners: 04 Create a Parallax scrolling effect
Axure RP tutorial for beginners on how to create an Accordion Menu in Axure RP. Accordions are usually expandable and collapsible content holders in web design but for this Axure prototyping tutorial, we focus on a menu accordion which holds sub menu items.
We know Axure is used by different types of users. This article focuses on developers and what features in Axure, they would find useful and exciting. We have compiled our top 5 Axure features we think were definitely made for developers.
In this series we look at specific Axure RP features that a visual designer will especially appreciate and probably use most often. Not everyone who uses Axure is a visual designer and its main purpose is low fidelity prototyping. Despite this, the team at Axure have made sure it has enough familiar design tools/features for… Continue reading Top 5 Axure features that were made for designers
With the highly anticipated release of Axure RP 8, we look at the 3 features that will definitely speed up your design workflow.
One of the obstacles to taking up Axure has been always been its price. Though an industry standard software widely used in the UX field, some users struggled to cough up the cash after their Axure download trial ran out.
With the exciting new release of Axure RP 8, we look at the new features that we have been waiting for and will definitely be using on a frequent basis.
You have excitedly selected your widgets, gone through Checkout, and eagerly await your Purchase email with the Download links. But nothing shows up. Don’t worry, it is not an issue that cannot be resolved nor are you the first. As one of the top recurring support issues we receive, we felt we should write a… Continue reading FAQ:Where is my Axure widget download?!
Axure RP tutorial on how to create a simple slider prototype in Axure RP. Axure Sliders are frequently used on web projects to showcase information in a visually stunning sliding manner. This Axure RP tutorial is meant to help UX and UI designers prototype one of the most important website elements above the fold. The… Continue reading Axure RP tutorial: How to create the basic slider
Axure RP tutorial on how to create an Elastic slider in Axure RP. Elastic sliders are frequently used on web projects to showcase information in a visually stunning manner. This Axure RP tutorial is part of a series called Axure RP tutorial for beginners and is meant to help designers prototype one of the most… Continue reading Axure RP tutorial: How to create an Elastic slider
How does one install a custom Axure widget or axure library into Axure RP. Welcome to Humble UX. Thank you for purchasing our kits but now you may have the question: How do I install the kit. There are several ways but I will show you the most common way of installing Axure widget libraries.