Working in Photoshop and want to turn your designs into fully interactive prototypes and simplify your workflow? You can now do that with UXPin plugin for Photoshop. You can import your files directly from Photoshop into UXPin and all layers and elements will be preserved. Forget about redrawing your design files.
Our new integration will allow you to:
- Transform your existing static design files into real interactive prototypes
- Gather feedback on your Photoshop and Sketch files
- Show your final mockups alongside earlier versions so your team understands the whole process
Please note that the currently supported Photoshop versions are Photoshop 2017 CC and Photoshop 2018 CC. To import your Photoshop files, visit UXPin and sign up for a free trial or log in to your existing account.
1. Sign in to your existing UXPin account (or sign up for a free trial).
2. Go to your account settings and open the “Integrations” section. You will see the current plugin version and you’ll be able to download a Windows version from this view as well.
3. Click “Get plugin” button to prompt the download.
You can also get the plugin by opening your project and hovering over “Upload Design Files” in the lower left corner. A pop up with a link to download will appear. Click on the button to proceed with download.
4. In Photoshop, select your elements and click File, Generate and then UXPin Export. The file will be exported to your desktop with .uxpin extension.
Please note that exporting artboards isn’t currently supported and they will appear as white layers in UXPin.
5. Return to UXPin and either create a new project or click into your existing project. Once you’re in the project, drag and drop your .uxpin file into UXPin.
6. Done! All the elements of your Photoshop file are preserved. Feel free to click around and add interactions.
As always, if you have any other questions about UXPin and Photoshop integration please drop us a line at email@example.com and we’ll be happy to help!
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