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  • VUI: The Future of Voice Interface Design Explained

    by UXPin
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      How Common is Voice Interface Design?  The overall trend toward VUI has been accelerating as processors get smaller and more Internet of Things (IoT) devices come online. All of the “Big Five” tech firms – Google, Apple, Microsoft, Amazon and Facebook – have invested heavily in voice interface as the way forward. In 2019, an

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    • Agile vs. Scrum vs. Kanban: Which Project Management Methodology is Right For Your Team?

      by UXPin
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        Choosing the ideal project management methodology enables users to optimize results by identifying and handling the critical components of their projects. This ensures that teams are able to manage deadlines and budgets by leveraging specific processes.  For example, agile methodologies (as the term suggests), focuses on dynamic communication and constant feedback among cross-functional teams and

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      • Creative Pop-up Examples Done Right

        by Julia Haleniuk
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        Pop-ups are one of the most popular design patterns. That’s why we’ve put together some examples of pop-ups done right and backed them up with tutorials on how to create them in UXPin. The whole idea behind cookie consents When sites remember your login details, preferences, or store your shopping cart items for later, that’s

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      • What We Brought to UXPin Over the Last Months

        by Julia Haleniuk
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        At its heart, UXPin is a design and prototyping tool that takes your designs to the next level by giving them that “real product” feel thanks to many, many features – from real inputs and data to interactions and variables.  Bridging the worlds of design and development, UXPin also brings out to the best of

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      • We’re Leaving Spectrum

        by Julia Haleniuk
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        Thank you for being part of our Community on Spectrum for over a year. There wouldn’t be us if it wasn’t for you! We appreciate all the valuable insights and lots of energy that you have given us – it has allowed us to make UXPin better. The Spectrum Community has been a place where

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      • See What to Expect in UXPin 2.5

        by Julia Haleniuk
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        Just like the rest of the world, we also work remotely now, but that’s not stopping us from building new features and adding improvements. Before we release UXPin 2.5 to you, we want to shed light on some of the features that are about to roll out: Comments in the Editor: New level of collaboration

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      • 4 Cognitive Psychology Tricks for UX Design Excellence

        by Helene Cue
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          UX design experience that does no harm. What is it about? It’s about putting value over personal gain. While it sounds perfect in theory, in practice it is hardly ever achieved. So, what is behind the value in UX design? Many UX designers make a mistake by thinking that value can be achieved by having

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        • How to Master App Prototyping and Handoff to Developers?

          by Khloe Hunter
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            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
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              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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