Axure, Author at Axure
Users love simple and intuitive products, but the design process required to get there takes considerable thought and judgement. When you’re starting work on a new software product or a new feature, the prototyping stage is a critical step, as it enables you to test product concepts before investing the effort to build them out.
With Axure Cloud plugins, you can use custom code snippets to bring even more realism to your prototypes, do something out of the box, or even add tracking capabilities. Learn more about how you can use this feature to make the most of your prototypes!
We chatted with Matan, a Product Manager that recently expanded his skill set to include UX. His project serves as a way to demonstrate his newly learned UX and Axure skills, as he explored new employment opportunities.
If you’re a Figma user who’s looking to combine your design assets from Figma with Axure’s powerful and interactive prototyping capabilities, check out these tips and tricks to help get you started.
Whether you have a quick and simple low-fidelity prototype, or a complex prototype that you’ll be working on for some time, revisiting components can be a great way to enhance your prototyping experience.
Easily maintain designs across multiple prototypes with custom widget libraries! Take advantage of the ability to create your own widget libraries to ensure that the widgets and design patterns that you commonly use are always readily available to your team and up to date.
When it comes to gathering feedback from stakeholders and teammates, quality is essential. Check out these 4 tips to improve your feedback when sharing UX designs.
We chatted with Luke, who is a long-time Axure RP user and UX designer of 10-years about his Axure prototype. His project serves as a tool to help Anglo concertina players learn scales and chords. Learn more about how Luke built his working prototype in Axure RP.
We’re excited to announce that we now have an Axure RP 10 build with native support for Macs with the Apple Silicon Chip. With this new build, you can begin to see improved performance when using Axure RP 10 natively on Macs with M1!