During the Design Value Conference, our CEO, Yuga Koda, spoke on UXPin’s latest way of improving the design process for teams that would like to bring the single source of truth to design workflow, without developers’ help – Merge Component Manager. Yuga explained the “why” behind Merge Component Manager and showcased how it works. If(…)
Version control has been a software engineering best practice for decades. A version control system (VCS) allows engineers to collaborate efficiently while working independently. With the rise of design systems, version control has become an essential part of cross-functional collaboration and maintaining a single source of truth across the organization. UXPin Merge’s Version Control System(…)
The prototyping and testing phase is always a challenge for UX designers. Without the fidelity and functionality of code, image-based prototypes don’t produce accurate results during usability testing. They often result in design drift and friction with devs during the design handoff. With code-based design tools like UXPin, that’s no longer the case. Designers can(…)
Design is much more than creating the look and feel of a product, isn’t it? It has a real impact on the people, processes, and business. We gathered top specialists who have influenced the way things are run in their companies to tell you their stories. It’s all for free! Sign up and join us(…)
I bet most of us have at some point in our careers heard a UI designer complaining about the final product being very different from the one they designed. There are at least two potential culprits here – a lack of proper designer-developer communication and the use of the wrong UI design tools. Luckily, both of(…)
Learn how DesignOps can create a collaborative work environment Dave Malouf is a household name to every person interested in Design Operations. He co-authored two books on the topic and helped many organizations set up and grow DesignOps teams. We asked him to share his experience with you during an upcoming webinar. We’re meeting on(…)
MUI is one of the top React component libraries that help front-end developers and designers create consistent user interfaces for their products. It contains a collection of ready-made building blocks that significantly speeds up prototyping. If you want to take the MUI for a test ride, you can try MUI Core 5 with UXPin Merge.
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(…)
Exciting news in UXPin! From now on, you can design faster with our new feature – Auto Layout. Align all the components the way you want within seconds and speed up your design workflow. At UXPin, our goal has always been to simplify design process and make sure designers have enough time to focus on(…)
Since the very beginning of digital product design, the default way of designing user interfaces has been image-based. Designers have been drawing different states of the mobile app or web designs using graphic design tools – GIMP, Fireworks, Sketch, or now Figma, Invision, Adobe XD (which you can in Adobe Creative Cloud) – and then(…)
Just a few weeks ago, we wrote about our game-changing Storybook integration, which helps designers and developers break the silos and improve the UI consistency by using code components when building prototypes. Based on our Merge technology, the integration lets you harvest the power of code, use it to build advanced prototypes faster and massively(…)
We have lived to see design teams transform from a few designers working in the corner of the open space to large cross-functional teams that collaborate with business, stakeholders, and development. Today, designers work with people from many departments, on all sorts of levels, in different timezones – sometimes even people from outside the company.
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(…)
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(…)
The UXPin 2.5 release brings Comments to the Editor! You can now leave and reply to feedback as you work on the design. We’re introducing the option to set different canvas sizes for each Page.
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