Wireframing

Wireframing is an important process in any screen design process. It helps you create the initial structure without much consideration on the look and feel and other aspects. Designers can get the initial feedback without spending much time and it establishes communication between different designers, developers and clients.

Axure: Design the Right Solution

Developers and testers generally require not only screen images, showing how a design solution looks, but also documentation that captures the behaviors of widgets and form-field sizes and behaviors. As you create your design in Axure, you can associate


Review

Developers and testers generally require not only screen images, showing how a design solution looks, but also documentation that captures the behaviors of widgets and form-field sizes and behaviors. As you create your design in Axure, you can associate annotations and interactions with items on a screen. These can be user defined—either by typing descriptions in free-text fields or by selecting items in a drop-down list—so the tool has made the process of describing interactions as painless as possible. Consequently, it’s much more likely that designers will document their work—often the least enjoyable aspect of the job! Axure can generate reports, showing screen images with their associated annotations and interactions, which you can use in your project documentation—another huge time-saver for UX designers.

Highlights

Developers and testers generally require not only screen images, showing how a design solution looks, but also documentation that captures the behaviors of widgets and form-field sizes and behaviors.

Positives

Developers and testers generally require not only screen images, showing how a design solution looks, but also documentation that captures the behaviors of widgets and form-field sizes and behaviors. As you create your design in Axure, you can associate

Negatives

Developers and testers generally require not only screen images, showing how a design solution looks, but also documentation that captures the behaviors of widgets and form-field sizes and behaviors. As you create your design in Axure, you can associate

Conclusion

Developers and testers generally require not only screen images, showing how a design solution looks, but also documentation that captures the behaviors of widgets and form-field sizes and behaviors. As you create your design in Axure, you can associate