When designing apps or websites the quality of the final product very often depends on the tools at your disposal. Using available resources with a comprehensive design tool will make your life easier. That is our goal here at UXPin. We strive to deliver the best product we can to make your workflow as streamlined
Our CEO, Marcin Treder will be talking live on YouTube on October 24 and showing you his favorite little usability and performance improvements we’ve released in the past few weeks. Subscribe to our YouTube channel to get notified when the time comes! Just so you know, we’re planning a re-launch of our app this November.
It’s been a busy two months for us at UXPin, but we’re not slowing down at all. While working on our next improvements and features as part of the UXPin 2.0 release in November, we wanted to take some time to share some just as important updates with you – precise Zoom, Layers that work
Should designers count on their intuition and guesses? Not today! UX works differently now, users’ feedback and data on their behavior are key components of successful UX design. In a world of full-scale analytical tools, data can guide designers to make optimal decisions. However, people are missing this opportunity because of misconceptions about data-driven UX.
When you work in one tool every day, little things can impact your workflow a lot. “Only making the overall UI creation process smooth and painless is what kept us successful so far. This is what our loyal clients care for”, that’s what our CEO, Marcin Treder wrote in his recent article Where’s Your UX
Building trust with the help of writing and making your UI more intuitive is very possible. There are some things you should avoid and others that you must follow. Here’s how to make your UI more intuitive with your writing. 1. Avoid Using Jargons and Specific Terms Not all of your users know what those