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UXPin – The Most Valued UX Tool!

Ryan Riddle
By Ryan Riddle on 25th February, 2013 Updated on 22nd March, 2016

What tools do  UX professionals VALUE THE MOST?

Folks organizing Convey UX Conference created a survey aiming at listing the tools most valued by UX Professionals.

I’m extremely proud to say, that UXPin was chosen The Most Valued UX Tool in the Wireframing Category. Hurray!

We got less votes than our respected competitors from Axure, Balsamiq and Omnigraffle (which is perfectly reasonable – we’re just starting!), but our average score was much higher. Check out the summary.

It shows two interesting things:

  1. We’ve started to widely chase most renown of our competitors, leaving behind less known tools
  2. UX professionals value quality of our solution higher than most popular applications

What is just great, we can see that tendency in our stats. We already know that February is our best month in history and sales are going to outgrow January by 30%! Take a look at our weekly growth stats. Sales are going nuts!

UXPin Weekly Growth

I’m so proud of my team it cannot be easily expressed. I feel privileged to work with you guys!

On behalf of the whole company I’d like to thank you all for your support and all the kind words. Thank you!

ps. We’re (Marcin Treder & Marcin Kowalski) currently in the Silicon Valley. Follow the story on my blog:

Ryan Riddle

by Ryan Riddle

Ryan Thomas Riddle is the Head of Marketing at UXPin. He is an award-winning writer for his work as a mild-mannered reporter for the Bay Area newspaper, The Daily Post. His previous work has appeared in the San Francisco Bay Guardian. Formerly, he worked for ZURB, a digital product design company, as their Lead Editor. You can read all about his adventures through time and space on Twitter, @ryantriddle.

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