It is an effective prototyping solution to wireframe important software projects.This software has easy to share option using which diagrams can be published to Axure Share in a single click.With this software, you can create wireframes, mockups and idea boards with simple drag and drop method.In addition, custom libraries which holds bundle of elements can be used to create effective diagrams.Moreover, it allows you to annotate diagrams and prototypes in order to keep track of the tasks.With this software, you can able to create powerful prototype without using code and it has some more special features such as conditional flows, adaptive views and math functions.
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$29 Per User Per Month or $495 Per User (Perpetual License)
For professionals creating prototypes and specifications
$49 Per User Per Month or $895 Per User (Perpetual License)
For teams co-authoring prototypes and specifications
For companies requiring an on-premises solution for publishing and co-authoring prototypes and specifications (not available as a perpetual license)
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FREE FOR STUDENTS : If you are enrolled in a degree program at an accredited high school, university, or community college, you are qualified to receive a free one-year subscription license for Axure RP Team.
FREE FOR TEACHING AND CLASSROOM/LAB:If you are a teacher or professor and want to use Axure RP Team in your class, we can provide you a free educational perpetual license to teach with and to install in your classroom/computer labs.
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Easy to create functional wireframes even if you don’t know how to code.
Would like some refinement in text styling. It would be nice to be able to set up stylesheets easier
Easy to create web comps for client sign off and for devs to be able to create functional requirements
I LOVE Axure. I cannot say enough good things about it. I often create prototypes for accounting problems, and it is incredibly important that our testing participants are able to actually type into the prototype and see it react. Axure is invaluable for creating these prototypes. No other prototyping tool that I have used adds interactive text entry fields in seconds. For more complex prototypes, you can add logic, including calculations, pushing/pulling widgets, and changing text in other places on the prototype. "Masters" mean that you can consistently implement navigation or other static items with ease.
Axure does have a bit of a learning curve when compared to other prototyping tools.
Axure RP has a bit of a steeper learning curve than some other prototyping tools, but it is the most robust prototyping tool I have ever used. It is invaluable for testing complex user interactions.
I use Axure to create detailed, realistic, interactive prototypes which I use for usability testing with users to quickly find potential usability issues before wasting time in development.
You can mock almost any functionality and interaction, making it seem like the real thing without spending time coding before getting some user input
Can be difficult to learn at first. Interface could be more user friendly, there are some features missing that other design tools have that would make it much easier and faster to use.
Axure is great if you have complex functionalities and interactions that you would like to test before spending time developing. If your primary purpose is to test layout and design or simple clicking interactions, there are other tools that would do the job in a much quicker manner
I use Axure RP to create prototypes and test features and functionalities on users in order to get their feedback and refine without spending so much time and resources on development
You can viably assemble both low/hello constancy models for snappy client testing. Adequate opportunity to characterize various types of connections. Simplified highlights and capacity to make wireframes basically and effectively. It gives an incredible element and advantange of making intuitive models. I additionally like their reusable layouts and parts.
It's kind of pricy. Other than that, it is an excellent program.
I would suggest that you utilize this device just in the event that you are searching for a great deal of prototyping alternatives. It is an extraordinary programming for UX creators. Set aside some effort to comprehend the communications.
Capacity to make models, not simply fundamental edges. I am currently quicker at prototyping and I have understood this enables me to make plans that are more easy to understand just as delightful. Snappy prototyping to convey thoughts to group and for client testing. We understand all parts of usefulness while chipping away at it and got incredible input from the group. Most importantly, spare time and exertion from structure and advancement side.
Axure is great for creating prototypes with heavy interactivity
The drawing tools aren’t as good as some competitors
Use with a tool like sketch with the axure plugin to harness the power of both
It provides robust interaction prototyping capabilities
Axure RP was one of the first softwares that made prototyping very fast and easy for designers. I enjoyed using Axure RP when learning about UX Design because it was simple and allow me to easily learn how to prototype and use interactive ui elements by clicking and dragging. And most importantly the use of layers!
Axure RP needs a ton of work in making collaborating and sharing designs faster and easier. I personally hated working on a prototype with other designers and having to manually uploaded to the cloud every time instead of doing it automatically for me. There were times were both designers would be working on the same page and either one of us would lose our work because there is no way where Axure lets you know someone else is currently working on the project.
If you collaborate in teams maybe Zigma is a better option as everything is stored instantly in the cloud. There is no lag between multiple designers and you can see exactly who is working on what artboard at the moment.
Providing web applications architecture for developers to program based on my designs. As a UX Designer, I make sure all interactive elements are user friendly and easy to use to create a great UI.
The ability to collaborate with a team (using version control) to iterate on wireframes and prototypes, annotate functionality, and gather feedback.
The interaction capabilties and functionality is top notch and really sets this tool apart for those times that you need to create complex and interactive prototypes to convey the experience.
It is also very helpful to be able to have shared and managed libraries of components and widgets to standardize patterns across the team and save time.
The mobile prototyping experience is still a little clunky and takes some getting used to.
The interface is also a little dated and the learning curve can be quite steep for some of the more complex tasks. If a few people on the team don't know how to use the team features, it can really slow everyone down.
Spend time to educate stakeholders and partners on how to use the commenting features of AxShare to make the most of the collaboration features and take full advantage of their cloud offering.
We've been able to quickly visualize and prototype new experiences as well as increase communication and shorten feedback times with stakeholders.
Axure is a great prototyping tool that allows you to implement micro interactions for user testing. It’s very robust tool that allows sophisticated interactions.
Sometimes the files can get very heavy and crash. It’s also has a higher learning curve to learn conditions. Due to that the company is trying to push for sketch.
User testing for design validation. That creating prototypes in sketch doesn’t allow the same seamless interactions
But most companies are pushing for it as it’s cheaper.
The ability to prototype in-depth compared to sketch. It's a lot more helpful to prototype websites on this application for more complex interactions.
Transfering stuff to and from sketch can make things a little broken.
Watch some tutorials on Youtube to get a good grasp of how to use some of its functionality, such as maga menus or implementing the parallax effect. Also, don't get too freaked out initially, learning the software becomes pretty easy after a while.
Helps give better user tests as it shows more of what the actual product will look like