Axure tutorials

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“Hello everyone, my name is Yegor Kamelev and today I will tell you ...”
If you have already heard these words, you most likely have already met one or more of my educational videos on working with Axure. It has been quite a while since I added the first of them (back then for some old version of Akshura), and I decided to make some sort of a consolidated list of what is already there so that you don’t have to worry about searching on my channel . Yes, of course, on this list are only those videos that are relevant in Akshura of the seventh version! So let's go.

Rapid prototyping in Axure
Today is the most popular video, because it shows the real process of working on a hypothetical round project in a vacuum. The sound quality leaves much to be desired, but it does not seem to bother anyone.

I put it in the first place, because it is most suitable for those who have never worked in Akshur at all and want to see what is there and how. Then I will try to provide you with a concise list.

Design lessons

The first videos from the series telling not so much about Akshura as about the principles of designing certain things.

Universal Directory

Authorization Form

File Downloader

Axure 7 lessons

I must say that I did not take anything from the official website of Akshura. All the materials that I share have been developed over the years by trial and error and an understanding of which pieces are best used in certain cases.

Glue the navigation menu to the page when scrolling

Global variables are

active item on the menu navigation


unfolding questions and answers

drop down menu

effect of parallax

Adaptive prototypes

Automatic generation of prices in the order form

Scrolling mobile applications

Making the tabs without using dynamic panel

Everything about pop-ups

embed videos, maps, and other objects in prototypes

Text and local variables

Product comparison button

And that’s not all. Also during this time several webinars were held, here they are:

Rapid prototyping in Axure: Part 1 and Part 2 The

second Webinar of the Project: Part 1 , Part 2 , Part 3

And the third, entitled “Designing in IT: methodology from A to Z” , was paid, and you yourself can find it if you wish.

So that this post will bring a lot of benefit to both you and me, I suggest commenting on the following lessons and webinars in the comments. Of course, the most tart ones will be brought to life sooner or later. Follow the updates in my group in contact.

See you!

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