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Designing an iPhone App in Axure
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Released Jul 16, 2015
Antonia Anni

Guest Tutor

Antonia Anni
In this Axure tutorial we'll be using Axure RP Pro 7.0 to create a mock iPhone application that can be viewed on the phone. This will involve creating slide menus using interaction models, and adding the ability to swipe and scroll through content on the phone. At the end of the Axure training you'll be able to create mobile prototypes that will help you bring ideas to life, communicate with stakeholders and run usability tests with potential users.
Introduction and project overview
1

Introduction and project overview

 
00:54
Setting up a mobile template in Axure
2

Setting up a mobile template in Axure

 
05:35
Designing an app home screen for iPhone
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Designing an app home screen for iPhone

 
11:48
Setting up a phone view
4

Setting up a phone view

 
05:55
Checking the prototype on an iPhone
5

Checking the prototype on an iPhone

 
02:25
Creating a sliding iPhone app menu
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Creating a sliding iPhone app menu

 
09:46
Viewing the menu on the iPhone
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Viewing the menu on the iPhone

 
05:40
Creating scrollable content
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Creating scrollable content

 
09:23
Animating screen transitions
9

Animating screen transitions

 
06:07
Creating a swipe-able slideshow
10

Creating a swipe-able slideshow

 
05:31
Reviewing the prototype in Axure
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Reviewing the prototype in Axure

 
05:09
Viewing the prototype on iPhone
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Viewing the prototype on iPhone

 
05:05