iRise 11 - Hands on Training for Beginners
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iRise 11 - Hands on Training for Beginners

Gain experience with key concepts & the tasks involved in creating functional prototypes and capturing requirements.
4.5 (3 ratings)
Instead of using a simple lifetime average, Udemy calculates a course's star rating by considering a number of different factors such as the number of ratings, the age of ratings, and the likelihood of fraudulent ratings.
1,016 students enrolled
Created by Arend Pryor
Last updated 10/2016
English
Current price: $10 Original price: $20 Discount: 50% off
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Includes:
  • 4.5 hours on-demand video
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
What Will I Learn?
  • Have a strong understanding of the basics of iRise
  • Create low and high fidelity prototypes based on web or mobile designs
  • Capture requirements directly within prototypes
  • Organize, manage and collaborate on project requirements
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Requirements
  • Requires access to iRise 11 via the cloud or download and install a trail version
  • No coding experience required
Description

In this course, we'll cover everything you'll need to know in order to start creating functional prototypes and documenting requirements within iRise 11. 

Course Outline:

  • Start with the basics: In this section you'll get a strong foundation on the basics of iRise
  • Skills: Follow along as I show you some of the most important skills you'll need to master
  • Website Project: We'll duplicate the design and functionality of a popular website
  • Document: Learn to capture, organize and track your requirements


What will I get from this Course:

  • 4.5 hours of content packed with all the skills you'll need for mastering iRise 11
  • You'll see the process I use when prototyping and documenting requirements, including time saving tips to speed up the process
  • I'll share the resources I use for creating graphics and finding external content
Who is the target audience?
  • Beginners with little to no experience using iRise
  • Business Analysts, Graphic Designers, Developers, and anyone else responsible for creating prototypes and documenting requirements
  • Subject matter experts who will provide input during the requirements gathering process
  • No coding experience required
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Curriculum For This Course
26 Lectures
04:17:19
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Introduction & Course Overview
1 Lecture 03:05
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Basics of iRise
10 Lectures 01:02:37

Overview:
In this video we'll talk about the iRise Dashboard and what's displayed.

Preview 04:32

Overview:
In this video we'll talk about the iRise Project page. This includes what's displayed, how to set up email notifications, and permissions.

Project page
05:34

Overview:
The Edit screen is where you'll spend the majority of your time. In this video we'll cover the basics of this page. 

Edit screen
06:50

Overview:
In this video we'll talk about adding and formatting text widgets to your iRise projects.

Using Text
08:54

Overview:
In this video we'll talk about adding and formatting images to your iRise projects.

Preview 04:36

Overview:
In this video we'll talk about adding and formatting shapes to your iRise projects.

Using Shapes
06:33

Overview:
In this video we'll talk about adding and formatting form elements such as text boxes, drop downs, radio buttons and more.

Adding Form Elements
06:00

Overview:
In this video we'll cover adding and customizing tables; we'll review containers and how they're used, then discuss hotspots and why they're important. 

Tables, Containers & Hotspots
06:19

Overview:
In this video I'll tell you about markdown language syntax, where it's used, and how to find cheat sheets to use as a reference.

Markdown Language
04:25

Overview:
In this video we'll talk about the different drag mode options and I'll dive a little bit deeper into formatting form element widgets. 

Miscellaneous Items
08:54
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iRise Skills
7 Lectures 01:12:34

Overview:
In this video, you'll follow along as I show you how to display a popup window in iRise.

Popups
14:39

Overview:
In this video, I'll show you how to store text as a variable and then display it on a separate page within your project. 

Passing Variables
07:07

Overview:
In this video, I'll show you how to use the "Mouse Over" action to display a navigation sub-menu.

Hover/Mouse Over
07:33

Overview:
Showing a widget is one of the most frequently used skills in iRise and this video will show you how its done. 

Show Widget
08:13

Overview:
In this video, we'll take showing a widget one step further and show you how to display a widget when specific conditions are met. 

Show Widget Based on Rules
11:53

Overview:
In this video, we'll use the action, "Format Widget" to highlight a table row. 

Highlight Table Row
07:30

Overview:
In this video, I'll show you how to create a photo carousel on a mobile device using "Views."

Creating a Photo Carousel
15:39
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Geico Duplication
7 Lectures 01:42:59
Overview
01:55

Home page - Design
33:17

Home page - Actions
17:06

Hover Button - Follow-up
04:32

Forms page - Part 1
18:14

Forms page - Part 2
20:55

Car Icon using Sketch
07:00
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Documenting Requirements
1 Lecture 16:04

Overview:
In this video, I'll discuss the process I use for creating, tracking and managing requirements.

Creating, Tracking & Managing Requirements
16:04
About the Instructor
Arend Pryor
4.3 Average rating
393 Reviews
11,494 Students
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UI/UX Design, Business Analyst, Health Nut, & Teacher

Hi I’m Arend, a lifelong student and teacher, here to share my knowledge and style of teaching. I’ve been involved in the tech industry for the majority of my career and have spent the last 15 years working as a Business Analyst documenting and designing everything from back-end systems, business and personal websites and mobile applications. My preferred style of teaching is to take a hands-on approach, where I walk you through real-world examples, in order to provide you with a detailed view of the concepts/topics being covered.