In Axure, you have several options to style your prototypes. Most of the type, the default, better defaults or a custom template (OS based for example) will be enough to quickly sketch your ideas and test concepts, to progressively iterate on a design direction.
Sometimes however, you may need to fully style your prototype according to graphic guidelines, for example, to build a prototype for user testing, or to cram design in a tight schedule.
In this article, we are going to learn how to cusomize your Axure’s CSS styles using the graphical interface. I will assume you know the basics, so, if you don’t know the basics, you should start with how to create your first Axure prototype.
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