One of our goals is to educate people on design and UX, and that’s why we have special educational accounts for tutors and students.
If you’re a tutor or a student at a university or other educational institution, we’ll be more than glad to offer you a free UXPin account for the period of 1 year for your educational purposes. Our edu accounts offer you an unlimited number of prototypes and users, so you’ll be able to enjoy the collaboration to the fullest.
Educational accounts for tutors
If you want to illustrate your courses with our tool and allow your students to collaborate on the assignments, you just need to sign up for a trial account with your educational domain, if you don’t have one already. Then email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with the name of your department and a confirmation of your status at the university, and we’ll take care of the rest.
If you don’t have an edu domain or you simply don’t want to use it, shoot us an email at email@example.com with the email address assigned to UXPin account, your teacher profile (if you happen to have one) or other proof of employment, the name of your institution and the course you’re running. That’s it!
Please note the offer is tailored for educational purposes, valid only for classes and courses actively involving the students.
It cannot be used or granted for commercial purposes or supporting other non-educational activities like developing internal tools.
You can work on assignments with as many students as you wish because your account doesn’t have a seat limit. We make sure that management and collaboration are smooth and easy. All you have to do is work together on one account. Being the account owner, you have access to all management options and can invite coworkers to your account and specify their roles. Simply go to “Manage your team” section on top of your dashboard and provide their email addresses.
In case you want to add a larger number of users, just click on “Add multiple users at once” below the email input box.
Your students don’t have to sign-up for UXPin accounts beforehand.
In the “Manage Team” section you can also define your users’ role and choose which projects they have access to. This way you have students from different courses in one account, but working on separate assignments. Once they’re done, you can easily remove them from the team by clicking on the three dots on the right side. Learn more about why user management matters.
As the owner of the account, you have access to all the projects, which allows you to track your students’ progress, help them edit their wireframes, see real-time changes and leave feedback in the preview mode.
Adding comments and collaborating in our preview is extremely easy, it’s enough to just click on “Comments” section on the top bar. Learn more about previewing.
Educational accounts for students
If you are a student and you’d like to transfer what you’ve learned about UX into the real thing, our educational accounts will be a perfect solution for you.
If you don’t have one, sign up for a trial account. If you created the account using your educational domain — that’s great. Just shoot us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org with a photo of your student ID and we’ll proceed further.
If you don’t have an edu domain or you simply don’t want to use it, email us at email@example.com with email address assigned to UXPin account and provide us with some basic information (photo of the student ID, your major and department).
We will extend your trial account for the nearest year. With unlimited storage and number of projects, real-time presentation, document templates, custom styling, and Sketch/Photoshop integration, your possibilities are virtually endless!
Your account doesn’t have a seat limit so you can invite your fellow students freely. It’s the best thing ever because, working in the same account, you can all collaborate on the same projects. Great designs tend to be a group effort, so it’s always good to revise ideas, gather some feedback, and alter the project.
And what if your tutor added you to his/her account? No problem with that! You can be added to the tutor’s account and keep your own free one at the same time. If you need to work on a project assigned to a different account, you can simply switch between them!
It’s important to create your projects in an appropriate account because only our CS team can transfer them to a different UXPin account.
Don’t hesitate to e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org with the project name and where you’d like to transfer your project – we’re really nice and here to help! To avoid confusion, in the “Your profile” section you can specify which account should be the default one. That’s the one you’ll see anytime you log in to the application.
If you are not enrolled with an accredited university, but you’re attending a design course and you’d like to have access to UXPin educational account, we’ve got you covered! Just drop us a line at email@example.com with the link to the course and some proof of enrollment and we’ll be glad to extend your trial account for the next 3 months for free!
And if you have more questions, reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Already have edu account? Log in to the app!