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  • UX designer: collaborate or die

    by Marcin Treder

    The story. Once upon a time, there was an 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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  • Wireframe your Christmas and New Year cards!

    by Marcin Treder

    Hello friends! We wish you all the best in the Holiday break and upcoming New Year. Have a greatly designed time! This is wireframe of card that I made for you in UXPin. Yes! You can wireframe Christmas and New Year cards in UXPin. We’ve added some special widgets. Finally: post links to your cards

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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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  • 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 amazing job. I decided to add a little bit something 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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    • Secure Wireframing – Now For Everyone!

      by Jerry Cao

        From this day till the Eternity All of JustProto’s users get Full SSL Protection that was first reserved for Plus and Unlimited accounts. Standard, Plus or Unlimited User – no worries, we have the safety issue covered! How? All of you get full SSL protection of your account info and wireframes! So What Exactly This

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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

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        • New version of JustProto coming your way!

          by Ben Gremillion

            And that is why access to your JustProto accounts will be restricted. Sorry about that! But be patient – it’s all for the best! After only one hour (during which you can also have a brake – yeeeeeeey ;] ) we are going to meet in a new and improved wireframing world! So remember and

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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

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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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