Dynamic Panels in Axure

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  • date-icon Created with Sketch. Published on Jan 15th, 2018
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Dynamic panels in Axure are the key to enabling complex prototypes. They can be quite daunting to grasp at first but once you've got the hang of them the things you'll be able to do in your prototypes are truly endless. Imagine a dynamic panel as a slideshow where you can create many different slides or "states". You can edit, remove and apply different styles to each dynamic panel state and link them together in different ways. To control these panel states you can use the panel state manager that is accessible by double-clicking your dynamic panel.

Dynamic panels will enable you to create complex behaviors in your prototypes such as sticky headers, carousels, accordions, image sliders and draggable widgets to name just a few.

If you're not familiar or comfortable using dynamic panels please refer to our previous course, Adding interactivity in Axure to catch up on the basics before you begin.

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  • What are dynamic panels
  • Creating dynamic panels
  • How to use the dynamic panel state manager
  • Creating a sticky header in Axure
  • Creating an accordion menu in Axure
  • Creating image slider in Axure
  • Creating draggable widgets in Axure
  • How to use window scroll cases
  • How to use on drag cases

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