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Documentation may sound like a chore, but it’s a vital part of creating a design system. And it doesn’t have to be a monotonous time-sink. Refer to these notes as you write yours.
Not all radio buttons are created equally. Some have custom looks and styles. Here’s one approach to creating your own radio buttons in UXPin.
Shortcuts are great — in moderation. Don’t let sloppy dev workmanship degrade your digital products. Instead, get code from the source.
Drop-down lists that appear on hover are a great way to hide options until they’re needed. A handy technique to make them work in UXPin: group ’em twice.
Design systems do more than provide visual and interactive style guides to which teams should adhere. They also make their contents easy to find. After all, UX doesn’t just apply to non-designers.
Although UXPin doesn’t export code, it has a customizable grid that’s analogous to those found in popular CSS frameworks. Here’s how it works.
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In this tutorial, we dive deep into easily prototyping a navigational drawer.
Design creative yet highly usable interfaces with these 5 patterns. Visual examples included.
Learn to create a mobile off-canvas navigation menu that flies in with a bit of style and grace.