Once the prototypes are ready for production, the designer hands them off to developers. Such a process can be troublesome for some teams – the right tool stack being a part of that. There are quite a few design tools that help with design handoff, but what’s the difference between them when handing off prototypes(…)
Due to its subjective nature, UX design is not simple to quantify and measure. UX also indirectly affects other areas of the business, namely sales, marketing, support, and engineering. But, for UX design to succeed within an organization, design leadership must demonstrate the value of its design investments. A 2016 report from Forrester, The Six(…)
2022 product design trends focus on human-centered innovation, sustainable design, experimental fonts, minimalism, and immersive animations. We’re going to explore each of these and more in greater detail to inspire your next design project. Skeuomorphism was one of last year’s biggest design trends. Skeuomorphic design describes the technique of making UIs look like real-world objects.
Designers and developers collaborate for a common cause–to build products and experiences their customers want or need. Their shared purpose is to serve their users. To achieve this common purpose and collaborate effectively, designers and developers should understand the other’s discipline. Designers don’t have to become coders, but understanding the basics of code and its(…)
Developing a design workflow that supports designers, developers, and the end-user is a challenge every organization must overcome. With the progression of DesignOps, design workflows have improved significantly, but there are still many challenges designers and engineers battle to get from concept to handoff. Unfortunately, with popular image-based tools, it’s impossible to overcome some of(…)
Whether you’re an experienced UX designer or brand new to the industry, there’s always something to learn. And what better way to do that than reading free quality online design resources. Yes! In this digital age of free information, quality UX design blogs can provide you with a lot of knowledge and help you get(…)
Jump straight to: Code components in design are getting popular Auto Layout is here UXPin’s Blog Highlights Upcoming Events for 2022 On our watchlist Try UXPin today What will you remember about 2021? It was definitely an intense year for us at UXPin. We had a couple of exciting product updates, webinars, and articles. Let’s(…)
A/B testing (split testing) is a quantitative method of finding the best performing version of CTA, copy, image, or any other variable. To start A/B testing, prepare two or more versions of a single element, randomly split your user group in two, and see which version performs better. Great tools for A/B testing are Unbounce,(…)
Quantifying the impact of DesignOps is crucial for managers to solve problems and get buy-in from stakeholders. But how do you measure DesignOps? And, how do you know which metrics and methodology to apply? This article summarizes Patrizia Bertini’s webinar, Measuring DesignOps Impact, hosted by UXPin in December 2021. In it, Patrizia shares valuable insights(…)
One of the best things about being a part of the design community is that most designers love to exchange ideas, spread knowledge, and share their experiences regardless of their seniority level. You can be a starting designer or an established thought leader and it’s almost a given that you find a conference that may(…)
While most of DesignOps focuses on theory and strategy, design and development tools are vital for implementing and optimizing processes and workflows. We’re going to dive into DesignOps tools for everything from optimizing performance to managing projects, building your design team, and creating great user experiences for your customers. Before we get started, did you(…)
We’re going to explore our top 8 mobile app design concepts to give you some design inspiration for your next project. Are you still using vector-based tools for mobile app design? Step into the future of UX design with UXPin’s advanced code-based design tool. Sign up for a free trial to experience how one tool(…)
You’re about to read a rewritten chapter of our ebook – DesignOps 101. Get the full ebook for free and learn even more about Design Operations. This excerpt is about adopting the right focus for starting with DesignOps. Key Things to Remember About How DesignOps Work There are three areas of DesignOps that focus on(…)
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