The wireframes described here contain interaction designs for storefront pages. Elements and functionality of the Intershop Progressive Web App are displayed and explained. Based on this documentation new features can be designed and developed.
These wireframes reflect the status of the Intershop Progressive Web App 2.2.0. There are no changes for the Intershop Progressive Web App 2.3.0.
The wireframes are provided in zip files at the bottom of this document. Each of the zip files contains:
The Axure file was created with Axure RP 9 and cannot be opened in previous versions.
There are features on some pages which are interactive. Use theicon next to the Axure logo and select the option Show Hotspots.
The design is responsive in the same way as the starter store is.
The breakpoints are:
To see the different layouts, you can resize your browser, or you can use the drop-down menu to switch between the views.
The prototype is described with page notes and widget notes. Use theicon to show the documentation.
See the Axure documentation for more information on how to interact with the prototype.
The used default widgets (e.g., headings, paragraphs, buttons, etc) have a predefined set of property styles. If you change one of the properties in the widget style, the change will be applied to all pages using that widget style. You can manage the widget styles by clicking the Widget Style Manager icon next to the widget style drop-down menu in the Style pane or the style toolbar. More information about styling widgets can be found in the Axure documentation.
This feature is currently only maintained for the My Account file.
Any feedback is appreciated.
Write an e-mail to UserExperience2@intershop.de
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