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UXPin Blog — Design Studio

  • Version Control for Design – Why Is it Worth Having it?

    by UXPin
    Version Control for Design

    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

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  • Storybook-UXPin: Review of Merge Integration

    by Roy S. Kim and Jacobo Moreno Quiroga
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    I decided to share my impressions on UXPin Merge Storybook integration and write about how it influenced the designer-developer collaboration in our team.  Merge is a part of UXPin – that’s technology providing two main integrations with developers’ tools (Git and Storybook). It allows you to quickly prototype using ready UI code components that are

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  • Storybook 7.0 – Why You Should Be Excited

    by UXPin
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    Storybook is a huge productivity boost for development teams, helping them scale their work and stay on the same page. The tool is launching its new version that you can also leverage in UXPin. The new update introduces some major improvements and extends Storybook’s capabilities. Bring Storybook’s components to UXPin and design prototypes that look

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  • What is a Workable Prototype?

    by UXPin
    workable prototype

    Designers create different types of prototypes depending on the project and its requirements. One of a commonly used type of prototypes is a working prototype or a workable prototype. We will go over the definition of a workable prototype, learn when this type is useful, and what the steps of designing a working prototype are.

  • Prototype vs Final Product — A 5-Point Comparison

    by UXPin
    prototype vs final product min

    Designers create prototypes to perfect product’s look and feel, validate their design choices, and find areas for improvements. The final product is an implemented design that gets released into the market. Both prototypes and final products are essential elements of product design process. Let’s explore the differences between them. Key takeaways: Design interactive prototypes that

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  • Designing a Nonprofit Website for Better Conversions

    by UXPin
    designing a non profit website min

    Are you running a nonprofit oragnization? Then, you know how tough it might be to get people to engage in the cause, leave a donation or support your efforts in any other ways. Those activities can all be conversions on your non-profit website. Web design may help you increase those conversions. Let’s see how. Key

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  • The Latest UXPin Updates – Summer 2023

    by UXPin
    Top 10 good website designs

    We’re reviving our series at UXPin’s blog to inform you about new features, updates, and upcoming product releases. In this one, you’ll read about new ways of adding and styling links, using eye-dropper, and editing components’ props. 🔍 Access specs for grouped elements Aside from inspecting components one by one, you can now get the

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  • Shared Insights, Shared Vision – Democratization and its Impact on Operations

    by UXPin
    Democratization and its Impact on Operations 1 min

    UXPin invited Ethnio to talk about how DesignOps and ResearchOps teams can collaborate to be more effective and create more impact. Ethnio outlines a strategy for using research democratization, tools, and automation to keep product, UX, and research teams in sync. Ethnio demonstrates how organizations can: Streamline cross-functional collaboration and automate many DesignOps challenges with

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  • Product Design Ultimate Guide – Designing Digital Products

    by UXPin
    Product design pillar page 1 min

    Ever wondered why some digital products feel intuitive, while others leave you lost and frustrated? The key is effective digital product design. In this comprehensive guide, we’ll demystify the process of designing digital products, emphasizing the importance of user experience, prototyping, and iterative development. We’ll also highlight common pitfalls to avoid in product design. Key

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  • What is Mobile Navigation? And How it Impacts User Experience

    by UXPin
    mobile navigation 1 min

    Mobile navigation refers to designing and implementing menus, controls, and interactions that enable users to navigate a digital product’s content and features. It encompasses the placement, visibility, and functionality of navigation elements, such as menus, icons, tabs, and gestures. Well-designed navigation facilitates intuitive and effortless user interactions, allowing users to discover and access the desired

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  • 6 Tools for Usability Testing

    by UXPin
    Usability Testing min

    Usability testing evaluates the effectiveness and efficiency of a product or website by observing how real users interact with it. It involves conducting structured tests with representative users to identify usability issues and gather insights for improving the overall user experience. Usability testing is vital in validating design decisions, uncovering usability problems, and informing design

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  • How UXPin Helps Document360 Improve Team’s Productivity

    by UXPin
    Case Study with Document360 min 1

    The level of prototyping fidelity isn’t important for users alone. It also helps stakeholders visualize the final product and decide whether the product development team is heading into the right direction. We’ve invited one of our long-time customers, Kovai.co, to tell us why and how they’re using UXPin. Kovai.co has a portfolio of companies. BizTalk360,

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