We totally get it if you’re not sure whether we’re a good fit for each other or not. That’s why we recommend our users to take us for a test ride first.
All you need to sign up for a free trial account is your email address! We don’t require any credit card information – this period is completely free of charge and comes with a full array of our features!
Simply provide your email on the main page – login credentials will be waiting for you in your Inbox.
By default, you get 7 days of the trial period, but you can easily prolong it if you want! Starting from the third day, there will be an option to “Extend your trial” visible in the top right corner of your dashboard. However, if you don’t want to wait, open the UXPin editor and choose the “Extend your trial” displayed on the top bar there.
It’s enough to click it, fill in the details in the short questionnaire and press “Extend your trial” button to confirm. And done, your trial just got extended for the additional week!
However, if your trial already expired or you need some help, just drop us a line at email@example.com and we’ll be happy to extend the account for you!
Our trial account is no different from the paid one and you get access to the majority of Enterprise plan features we currently offer. You can see how well we integrate with Photoshop, Sketch, Jira, and Slack and try creating your designs from scratch using our editor. Take your prototypes to a completely new level by adding mutlistate elements and advanced interactions to your design.
We want you to get to know us to the fullest and see how UXPin can improve your whole development process and cooperation! We strive to become the best tool for the design teams and that’s why during the free period you can add up to 10 users to your account to test our collaboration options.
Together you’ll be able to try out simultaneous editing of the prototype, and once you’re ready you can start reviewing feedback on the preview and pass all the necessary information to the developers using Spec Mode and auto-generated style-guide.
Finally, you’ll be able to test our Design System solution and learn how it helps with preserving consistency and scaling the design process.
Now that you have all the needed information, just create an account and get to know how awesome we are! And if you’d like to get a good grasp of UXPin, make sure to browse through the rest of the tutorials at our knowledge base!