Responsive Axure Widget Library v3.0 – What’s New?

Responsive Axure Widget Library v3.0 – What’s New?

Responsive Axure Widget Library v3.0

A couple of years back I produced Axure’s first Responsive Axure Widget Library that allowed UX’ers to produce responsive wireframes at speed.

A year on, this post showcases the updates made to the latest release of the ‘Responsive Axure Library v3.0‘ that takes advantage of latest features within Axure RP8.

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In the mean time, here’s a quick peak at what’s possible with the Responsive Axure widget library.

Axure Icons

With Axure RP8 we finally saw a suite of icons become available within the set of built in widget libraries.

In the Responsive Axure Widget Library 3.0 all widgets now use the built in Axure icons, meaning no more reliance on 3rd party icon libraries such as font awesome.


A look at icons in Axure RP8



Axure RP8 also made it possible to apply interactions to groups rather than individual elements.

Axure Group Interactions

Interactions can now be added to groups in Axure RP8


With Responsive Axure Library v3.0 all interactions (where possible) have now been moved to the group i.e complete button rather than a single element i.e button background.

Not only that, a concerned effort to improve the interactions on components, all carousels now slide much more smoothly.


New widgets

With Responsive Axure Library v3.0 a suite of new widgets have been introduced, these mainly focus on headers and carousels where there are now variants with cut aways which are becoming a 2017 design trend.


A look at some of the new responsive headers

New widget styles

Widget styles in Axure allow you to control the control the global presentation of all instances of a widget i.e change all buttons from red to blue.

In the Responsive Axure Library v3.0 widget styles have been built into all components along with a style guide page which shows you all the built in styles.

Meaning? You can now update all of your wireframe styling from one single location.

A quick look at updating global widget styles.

New intro guide

Not used the library for a while? No problem I’ve produced a handy guide here to help you get to grips with how to use it.


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