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  • What’s New in August & September

    by Julia Haleniuk

    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 UXPin 2.0, we wanted to take some time to share some just as important updates with you – precise Zoom, Layers that work better than ever, and

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  • How to use the data to improve UX?

    by Arailym Seiitkhanova
      How to use data UXPin blog header

      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.

    • The Strikingly Precise Zoom

      by Julia Haleniuk
      Zoom possibilities in UXPin

      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

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    • 13 ways to make your UI writing better

      by Kristin Wendys
      13 reasons why your UX writing could be better

      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

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    • How Netsmart builds healthcare technology using UXPin – case study

      by Katarzyna Kempa
      UXPin design tool case study - Netsmart healthcare

      Health technology is developing fast. The times when people would frantically boil water and shred sheets when someone needed medical help are, luckily, coming to an end. With Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman forever in our hearts, we’ve welcomed the times of online medical support platforms, heartbeat monitors, earlier diagnosis, less invasive treatment options, patient portals,

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    • New Layers in UXPin – as fast as they come

      by UXPin
      UXPin improved layers performance update

      Staying in line with our UXPin 2.0 initiative our dev team is heavily focusing on delivering a better user experience to all UXPin users. One thing we decided to look through and improve is speed – and our New Layers exemplify this perfectly. The code behind Layers has been rewritten to ensure that whatever the

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    • The UX of a smart home

      by UXPin
      UXPin - a smart home UX

      History of IoT Devices The Internet of Things (IoT) can be defined as “the concept of connecting any device with an on and off switch to the Internet (and/or to each other).” Nowadays we are seeing IoT devices in the form of headphones, speakers, thermostats, light bulbs and more, but this has been a long

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    • 6 Benefits of Diagramming your Prototype

      by Vinati Kamani

        Yet again, mobile apps expand and capture a little more of the digital space. This time it’s about product prototyping. Apps account for 88% of the time spent on mobile phones. Designing and developing a mobile app for your business consists of a number of steps, of course. However, the most important and possibly most

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      • 3 Psychology Principles Web Designers Must Know

        by Leona Henryson
        3 psychology principles

        When you look around you what do you see? Everywhere you turn people are quite literally immersed in the digital world via their smartphones, iPads, and laptops. This isn’t something that happened by accident. In fact, there’s rather a lot of cutting edge psychology paired up with all the tech stuff that makes it happen.

      • What’s New in July

        by Julia Haleniuk

        We’ve got some really exciting updates to share with you! From welcoming Components, to the new text, and an array of awesome improvements to the editor, this surely was a busy and exciting month for us. Read on! Hello Components! We’ve had a lot of requests for this one, in July we said so long

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