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  • What Google’s designer said about UXPin

    by Marcin Treder

    Our great client, Adam Feldman (Google), wrote on his blog: “Well this is kinda the coolest thing ever. UX Pin ships you a design resource book for drawing out paper and pencil wireframes…. then it uses magic to turn digital pictures of said mockups into real, functional, digital wireframes. Expect to see all kinds of

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  • Christmas presents for UX Design geeks

    by Marcin Treder

    Hello UX designers and UX designer’s families! Nick Finck – exceptional UX professional (and our great client) provides UX gift list every year. He’s doing an amazing job. I decided to add a little bit to the list. My collection is rather personal. Connected not only to UX design but to design in general. Hopefully,

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  • Best UX design professionals deserve best UX design tools.

    by Marcin Treder

    There’s that exercise popular in branding called “Writing an obituary” (you can read more about it in Marty Neumeier’s “Zag”) shockingly effective way of finding your way up to the top. You (and other founders) imagine that in 25 years your company has come to the end. After quite a successful time you’re about to

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  • Facebook Profile Page Redesign with UXPin Paper Prototyping

    by Marcin Treder

    Redesigns of popular websites usually gain much attention. Attention which is easily transferred to severe protests and conservative shouts („give me back the old user interface!”). Users of the Internet are strangely Phlegmatic in terms of Hipocrates-Galen theory of temperament – they hate change. Of course situation of protests happened recently to Facebook with the

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  • The UXPin story part 1

    by Marcin Treder

    Hello UXPin friends and, hopefully, soon-to-be-friends who just stopped by on our blog. „…Redesigning paper prototyping? Doesn’t it sound silly? Well, we worship innovation and believe in a change harder than Obama does. We have urge to make things better, bigger than Timberland (which has a slogan „Make it better!”). Nope, we didn’t have any

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