Sunday, October 16, 2011

Building iPad Effects In A Prototype Using @AxureRP

I am increasingly thinking tablet-first while designing and prototyping enterprise applications. When I show my prototypes to customers, partners and colleagues, I want them to see the effects provided by the unique and interesting effects that a touch interface provides. 

I did not find too many prototyping tools that have built in support for the touch interface. So I decided to try building some patterns on my own using existing tools. Since the results are useful for me, I decided to share the wealth. Hope you like it. Let me know what you think. If more people find it useful, I will share more.

The video below shows how to build a swing effect in your prototype using the tool @AxureRP.


Click here to buy the AxureRP project file.
Buy the AxureRP 6.5 Project File Simulating iPad Panel Movements

The screen shots of the prototype I used to explain the iPad animation effect 








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