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Core Skills - Interactive Prototyping With Axure RP 8

Learn core beginner and intermediate Axure skills from one of the few trainers recommended by Axure

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This video course will take you through all of the lessons you would learn if you took our Two-Day Core Skills Prototyping Workshop. You will learn topics including the Axure environment, Masters, global styling, forms, dynamic panels, pinning panels, and adaptive views.

Over 70 lessons... around 9 hours of content. The most complete Axure 8 course out there!

Work along with your trainer!

Have two screens or one giant screen that you can split? Work along with me. Don't just watch the videos... learn by doing! Let's build each lesson together. Pause and replay where you need to.

Through my consulting company, Ptype (formerly known as Brass Flowers), we are one of just a handful of companies (worldwide) recommended by Axure as a trainer. Need more training? We train individuals and teams remotely and in person.

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Pre-Requisites

  • We welcome any Axure user... newbies, beginners, intermediate, etc...
  • Hopefully you know/remember x and y coordinates from high school math. That's about it!

Who Should Take This Course

  • Anyone who wants to learn Axure. UX practitioners, product managers, visual designers, developers, etc...

After This Course, You Will...

  • Have confidence using Axure for beginner and intermediate prototyping.
  • Be more comfortable "speaking Axure's language."

What Is Axure?

Axure is software available for Windows and Macs that allows people who work in UX (user experience), interaction design, development, design, or product management to create flow charts, wireframes, and interactive clickable prototypes. Axure's main competitors are Omnigraffle and Visio for wireframing and JustInMind, UXPin, Invision, and roughly 40 other software applications for prototyping.

Axure easily handles low, medium, and high fidelity wireframes and prototypes. It can also handle data sets, variables, listeners, mobile interactions, and a seemingly endless heap of great features. Clickable interactive prototypes that work on desktop and/or mobile are great for socialising, user testing, and documentation.

Axure can publish HTML, CSS, Javascript, and Jquery (not for production servers, please!) and can also generate a variety of spec documents. Published Axure files can be uploaded to your own hosting or straight through the software to the Axure Share site. Axure now lets you host up to 1000 prototypes for free (password protection on each is optional).

Whether you need to show a quick mockup or reproduce a polished product, Axure is a great tool to know well. Many UX employers are starting to look for Axure on resumes! With a great coach (that's me!) and some Axure training, you can expand your skill set.

Class Curriculum


  Section 04: Flow Charts and Wireframes
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  Section 14: Real Life Examples
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  Section 15: Conclusion
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Your Instructor


Debbie Levitt
Debbie Levitt

Debbie Levitt, CEO of Ptype UX & Product Design Agency, has been a UX strategist, designer, and trainer since the 1990s. As a “serial contractor” who lived in the Bay Area for most of this decade, Debbie has influenced interfaces at Sony, Wells Fargo, Constant Contact, Macys.com, Oracle, and a variety of Silicon Valley startups. Clients have given her the nickname, “Mary Poppins,” because she flies in, improves everything she can, sings a few songs, and flies away to her next adventure.



Debbie is a speaker and trainer who has presented at conferences including eBay’s Developer Conference, PayPal’s Developer Conference, UXPA, and WeAreDevelopers. She is an O’Reilly published author and one of few instructors on the planet recommended by Axure. Her newest training program is DevOps ICU, which teaches non-UX roles how to measurably improve DevOps results by correctly integrating UX practitioners and processes.



Outside of UX work, and sometimes during UX work, Debbie enjoys singing symphonic prog goth metal, opera, and New Wave. She’s now a Digital Nomad splitting her time between the USA and rural Italy.