Applied Interaction Design: Accordion Folds
Applied Interaction Design: Accordion Folds is an Intermediate level study on CAD, produced by an expert, Tom Green. This study is an absolute step for a person who needs to excel in his/her CAD talent. It gives you a thorough grip on CAD, Interaction Design, Prototyping, Web, User Experience, Adobe XD, Photoshop, CAD, Interaction Design, Prototyping, Web, User Experience, Adobe XD and Photoshop.
Accordion folds are space-saving features that can hide content until the user clicks to reveal more. However, this popular design pattern still requires some customization, as the interaction designer needs to decide how and when sections—called “cards”—collapse or expand. In this course, you can experience the hands-on workflow of prototyping accordion folds with instructor Tom Green. Learn how to develop a static wireframe for the accordion fold pattern, make changes based on user testing and content, and add interactivity and animation—all with Adobe Experience Design (XD). Plus, learn how to achieve more granular control over the motion and easing of your animation by exporting your XD project to After Effects.