This page contains links for help and discussion on creating UX (User eXperience) wireframes and prototypes with Adobe InDesign.

How to

InDesign UX Design Patterns full guide (cover image)The InDesign UX Design Patterns guide details how to create User Experience (UX) and User Interface (UI) elements from InDesign without coding.

Topics include

  1. Popups and Feedback (to notify the reader)
  2. Indicated Progress (to keep the reader motivated)
  3. Navigation (it doesn’t have to read like a book 😉 )
  4. Visual Exploration (to let the reader have fun)


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  1. David says:

    Great resources – great software – thank you!

    1. Justin says:

      Thanks, David! 🙂

  2. James says:

    I’m curious if this can be used to create complex navigation menus

    1. Justin says:

      Yes, these techniques can absolutely be used for complex menus, assuming you use a format that supports Object States (in5 HTML, FXL Epub, or Publish Online—not Interactive PDF).

      In fact, in5’s Menu Builder makes this super easy:

  3. Mohammed echouaibi says:

    Bonjour Justin , j’espère que vous allez bien.
    désolé pour le dérangement, c’est possible de m’expliqué comment bloqué la taille des fonts lors de l’export de fichier en one-page site .
    merci d’avance

    1. Justin says:

      Hi, best to contact us here for a detailed conversation:


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