Axure Tips: 5 means to Improve Axure 10 Design Efficiency

Introduction

This time, I summarized several tips to improve the design efficiency of Axure 10. This is very useful for beginners. 

1. Submit Button

The submit button is mainly used for the Enter key input of the form. For example, on the sign in page, after entering the user name and password, directly press the Enter key on the keyboard to sign in.

When using the submit button, you need to select which controls need the submit button first, and then select a control as the submit button.

 

2. Dynamic Panel - 100% Wide

When we need to make control with full screen width, such as the top navigation bar container, we can make it by using the 100% wide attribute of the dynamic panel.

When the prototype is generated, the dynamic panel adapts to 100% screen width.

3. Page Align

When we need to center all the controls of the page, we can select Page align center in the page style.

After the prototype is generated, all controls are centered on the screen.

4. Dynamic Panel-Scroll

When we need to put the content in a fixed size container, we can use the scrolling feature of the dynamic panel. For example, the content in the mobile phone interface often needs to scroll up and down.

We can select Scroll Vertical in the Settings attribute.

Note that do not check the fit to content option, so that the dynamic panel can keep to the fixed size.

After the prototype is generated, the content can scroll up and down.

5. Using Widget Style

Widget Style is a reusable widget style. It includes built-in styles and user-defined styles. Using widget style, you can quickly apply styles to widgets.

For example, we want to use the style of primary button for the Add Card button. Just select the Primary Button in the Widget Style.

In this way, the button automatically uses the style, which is very time-saving and labor-saving.

These are the tips to share with you. If you have any questions and suggestions, please leave a message.


Well Joe @AxureBoutique, a technology writer and teacher, focuses on Axure prototype design and product design.


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