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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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  • 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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  • 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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  • See what’s new in UXPin 2.1

    by Julia Haleniuk

    UXPin 2.1 brings a whole list of awesome improvements (we’re not stopping after UXPin 2.0), from elastic boxes and buttons that expand as you type, to an easier way of selecting elements and undoing deleted pages. Discover everything that’s new and dive into the details of all other enhancements and fixes. Elastic boxes and buttons

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  • New Pages Panel and UI Changes

    by Julia Haleniuk

    After improving Layers last month, we’re excited to launch the improved Pages panel and a reorganized Top Bar. While Pages come with a set of features and performance improvements, the new Top Bar has now more space and keeps related things together. Pages and Layers in one panel Up until now, Layers and Pages were

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  • 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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  • UXPin Merge Friday

    by UXPin
    UXPin Merge - Merge Friday marathon and event

    On July 12, at the UXPin HQ in Gdańsk, we celebrated an event that surpassed all expectations. And by that, we mean that everyone at the company got involved and we are all more than aboard for what our future is about – Merge. Everyone at the company got to test Merge for a couple

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  • UXPin Tips and Tricks You Need to Know – Part 2

    by Julia Haleniuk

    When learning UXPin, it’s good to keep in mind one thing: the devil’s in the details. You get the hang of the basics fast but mastering it is an entirely different story. So if you want to work faster and smarter than anyone else, check out these tips and workarounds. They will fit right into

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  • Meet UXPin Docs, Our New Knowledge Base

    by Julia Haleniuk

    Truth be told, we’ve been waiting for this day for so long! Today, we’d like to welcome you to UXPin Docs, our newly redesigned and simplified knowledge base. We’ve given it a fresh look, reworked the content and made it easier to navigate so that you can find answers to all your questions faster than

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