• Ryan Cuppernull, over 5 years ago

    Yeah that's what i thought, but I don't use Axure a ton so I am by no means an expert.

    I have run into the same issue with InVision needing a bunch of screens to show variations (especially when prototyping navigation) so started looking at Axure. While it is a bit clunky in some areas and I don't think I'd ever design in it, states, variable data, and live inputs sold me on using it for more complex prototyping.

    There is no direct import from Sketch (last I checked) but you can copy SVG from Sketch -> paste in Axure -> convert to Axure object (or something) and you have your design mostly perfectly pasted into Axure.

    Again, by no means an expert on it, but I was pretty impressed with it for more advanced prototyping needs.

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    • Pedro Laguna, over 5 years ago

      I usually just export everything as a png and import it into Axure. Even some screengrabs when I'm in a pinch.

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