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LinkedIn Learning for UX Design

via LinkedIn Learning


Get up to speed with, one of the leading prototyping platforms for UX and design teams. Learn how to import artwork, work with screens and components, add animation, and more.

Get up to speed with, one of the leading prototyping platforms for UX and design teams, and start building and sharing interactive prototypes. This course shows how to make prototypes for a variety of devices, ranging from smartphones to tablets to desktops. Learn how to create screens and import artboards from Photoshop and Sketch. See how to add interactivity, photo, video, audio, and animation. Additionally, learn about sending your prototypes out for review, to provide testers and users with the opportunity to add comments to your projects.


  • Welcome
  • How to use the course files
  • A word from the author
1. Getting Started with
  • dashboard overview
  • Review of interface
  • Use design patterns
  • Use grids and columns
  • Import assets
  • Using the player
  • Use smartphone app
2. Working with Screens
  • Understand screens
  • Screen orientation in
  • Add screen transitions
  • Use the basic library
  • Create a mid-fi click-through
  • Fonts and color in Proto
  • ✓ Challenge: Create a sign in screen
  • ✓ Solution: Create a sign in screen
3. Using Components
  • Add components
  • Edit components
  • Add external links
  • Adding navigation
  • Use video
  • Create an Android interface
  • Create a material design card
  • ✓ Challenge: Create a draggable map interface
  • ✓ Solution: Create a draggable map interface
4. Creating Artwork from
  • Create assets in Photoshop
  • Create assets in Sketch 3
  • Work with vectors
5. Creating and Using Containers in
  • Container overview
  • Nest containers
  • Create a draggable Google map
  • Create a carousel
  • Use interactive design patterns
6. Creating Animation in
  • States
  • Create state transition
  • Multiple state transitions
  • Create rotation
  • Create a draggable rotation
  • Create a sliding menu
  • Media control
  • ✓ Challenge: Use a template to create a sliding menu
  • ✓ Solution: Use a template to create a sliding menu
7. Publishing Your Prototype
  • Create a fluid design
  • Adapt to different devices
  • Use comments
  • Next steps

Taught by

Tom Green

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