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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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  • In 2012 I will avoid waste in my UX workflow

    by Marcin Treder

    UX designers suppose to design human centered, seductive and effective products. In the same time our workflow tend to be: unfocused and messy done with badly designed tools that weren’t meant to be UX tools ineffective So repeat after me: In 2012 I will avoid waste in my UX worklow. People needs better products. There’s

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  • UX designer: collaborate or die

    by Marcin Treder

    The story. Once upon a time, there was a UX designer. The only UX designer in the village far far away. Village was really developers-driven and folks didn’t know what UX is. Oh, they didn’t care about design, users and sweet analysis. They loved technology, features, and quick deployments. They didn’t enjoy changes and UX

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  • What does Eiffel Tower have to do with UX tools?

    by Marcin Treder

    Picture source: Eiffel Tower official website The story Paris, 1884. Two engineers of the Eiffel’s Company are working on World’s Fair 1899 building. They need to provide idea for something really disruptive, modern and energizing. And they need to do it now. Tension is almost unbearable. They’re sketching their asses off. Finally they come up

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  • Don’t design wireframes. Document experience!

    by Marcin Treder

    Once upon a time, in the kingdom of far far away, I needed to explain that UX deliverables aren’t just ugly, simplified versions of visual design. I’m pretty sure you’ve been there too. I came up with an analogy that meant to kill the dragon, steal princess and win me a shiny pot of gold.

  • 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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  • Case Study – Real Story, Real Users, Real Help!

    by Ryan Riddle

      Today We’d Like To Brag A Little (Humbly, Of Course) About One Of UXPin’s Great Users. We’ll Be Introducing You To SocialPaths And Their Real-Life UXPin Adventure With Interactive Wireframes! “We are no longer able to work without UXPin…” SocialPaths (a.k.a. The Great User) SocialPaths is a social media agency that, in their own Creative

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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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    • Four Ways Of Making Your Wireframing Job Easier!

      by Jerry Cao

        Is it even possible? Well… YES! We did a lot of listening and thinking lately and now we can proudly present four new features that will make your job easier and faster! So, let’s cut the chit-chat. Feature One – Context-Sensitive Menu and the Properties Tab After years of using non-web-based prototyping tools such as

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      • How customer feedback helps us improve JustProto

        by Ryan Riddle

          Another e-mail from one of the users about JustProto features: One quick question when we share a preview link with the client can I hide the left pane which shows the pages other than minimizing it. Thanks, Rakesh Well, a week ago we didn’t have that option.  Sharing a prototype preview link generated by our

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        • How customer helps us to improve JustProto

          by Ryan Riddle

            A while ago we got a message from one of the users. Here’s what Mark said: “I really wish that I could set the individual menu cell width for a horizontal menu so that when I am overlaying it on an existing web design that it will line up correctly with the existing menu tabs…

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          • New and improved Text Editor now in JustProto!

            by Jerry Cao

                As part of a  new JustProto version, we improved the text editor. Next to standard formatting options now you have available a few new ones. What options exactly? Take a look at the picture. Below the image, you’ll find a brief description of each new option. Paste as plain text – this option helps

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            • Chat or refining communication once again.

              by Jerry Cao

                Soon JustProto’s getting new feature – chat:) Thanks to chat all collaborators will have the chance to talk over the project in JustProto without using any other chatlike solutions. Chat history will be saved in JustProto so users gain access to conversations – even if they go out of town – directly in the web

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              • Wireframe Madness! App Tourney — Round 4

                by Jerry Cao

                  JustProto wins 4th round of the Wireframe Madness App Tourney! Why to use JustProto? (according to the tournament results) Customize interface with company logo Auto save Nice set of social icons, iab standard ads, and iphone/ipad/android tools Collaboration and co-edit ability Allows Components page templates Simple prototyping ability Rulers and grid with pixel increments Easy

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