Move from Sketch to UXPin
Breathe new life into your designs. Take them from static artboards to beautifully interactive prototypes with ease.
Open Sketch files on Windows or Mac, even if you don’t have Sketch.
Co-design in real time
Work with your team simultaneously and watch as they edit the design, just like in Google Docs.
Always up to date
Keep your designs always up to date. Any changes you make are automatically synced.
Create fully interactive prototypes
Prototypes in UXPin are the real deal — create interactive forms, get every animation just right, and add media. But take it even further — capture data from inputs and reuse across the prototype.
Enhance your prototypes with built-in page transitions, choose from numerous options and speed up your work.
Interactive form elements
Use interactive text fields, checkboxes, and radio buttons and say goodbye to their static imitations.
Video and Audio
Add multimedia and control them with interactions. Place videos and use sound to make your prototype strikingly real.
Design different versions of any element and animate between them. Update properties between states with just one click.
Collaborate in context
Share your work, get and leave contextual feedback. In UXPin, you're always working in one source-of-truth.
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Discuss & comment
Send a link to your prototype and get feedback on any part of your design. Keep any updates always in sync.
Share links with stakeholders — they can approve or reject the project with a click as well as give feedback.
There's much more
Automatically check every text with the WCAG contrast standards and simulate various forms of color-blindness.
Preview your prototypes on mobile devices as they update live with every change.
Add a layer of logic to your prototypes. Set rules that make the interaction happen only if those rules are met.
Dynamically update text elements, capture data from inputs or store user preferences to use later on your prototype.
Use form validation, create computational components like shopping carts, or check if a password meets specified criteria
- Sumo Logic