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  • How to Master App Prototyping and Handoff to Developers?

    by Khloe Hunter
      what is prototyping and handoff

      Not many businesses can survive the first interaction with their customers. And when we speak of mobile app investors and stakeholders, they get a plethora of development pitches in their inboxes on a daily basis. But, if you have a clear understanding of how to prototype your mobile app you will have a competitive advantage

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    • How Can You Master Remote Work with UXPin

      by Julia Haleniuk
        Remote Work with UXPin

        Work from home, they said. It’s going to be great, they said. Love it or hate it, but remote work is more feasible now than ever. Since there is still a lot of stigma around working from home, we decided to show how UXPin helps master remote team collaboration. So fret not, designers who are

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      • See What’s New in UXPin 2.4

        by Julia Haleniuk

        UXPin 2.4 comes with the .uxp file import! You can now save your prototypes as .uxp files and import them to UXPin. To open a file, simply drag and drop it onto your UXPin project dashboard where your other prototypes are. The possibility to import and save .uxp files is especially useful when you want

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      • Women in Design. Interview for IWN 2020.

        by Katarzyna Kempa

          As designers, it is our mission to fight for creative thinking, advocate equity and inclusivity, and cultivate change. The International Women’s Day seems like a good occasion to reflect on the amazing leap the industry took thanks to brave design people.  A lot has changed, but still, a lot of us are facing challenges caused

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        • New features and updates in UXPin 2.3

          by Julia Haleniuk

          UXPin 2.3 is here and it brings the new color picker, pages overview, and the possibility to spell check your text. We’ve also squashed over 100 improvements and fixes to make UXPin even better for you. Here’s what you can expect today, as well as what’s coming next. New color picker Today we introduce our

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        • Product Designer vs. UX Designer. A comparative Analysis

          by YUJ Designs

            Since the evolution of digital products, the trend has been to move away from generalized roles and to more specialized ones where designers intended to communicate the purpose of their role. There were simpler times when there was just a designer and a developer. Then came a time, when the role and responsibility of a digital designer

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          • See what’s new in UXPin 2.2

            by Julia Haleniuk

            We’re back with a roundup of new features, and we’re very excited about all that is yet to come this year. This release brings all-new grids, color labels for pages and access to your recent prototypes right from the editor. All topped off with over 100 fixes and improvements. New Grids are on the Block

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          • 2020 Design Trends

            by UXPin
              2020 design trends

              From hip logos, fonts, and colors to computational design, the changes in the design jobs landscape, inclusive design, and much more. This is more or less what we discussed with a bunch of amazing designers from all around the world in our new YouTube series of 2020 Design Trends interviews.  In reality, 2020 is just

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            • Top Tips To Design UX Text for Mobile Apps

              by Stella Meadows

                When you are designing your app, you want to make sure not to gloss over your UX text design. Text copy is a key component of how users will utilize your app, and poor UX text can frustrate them and turn them away. Below are 9 fundamental tips on UX design that will enhance your

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              • Top software and hardware recommended by designers in 2019

                by Katarzyna Kempa

                  The end of the year is a good time for summaries, recommendations, and plans for the future. You’ve probably spent some time using a lot of different types of tools – both software and hardware. Some of them might have made your life miserable, others might have become good candidates to your usual toolset. Some

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