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Getting Started in UX Design: Tips & Resources

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In this piece, we’ll explain how to get started in UX with the least learning curve possible.

We scoured the web and spoke with our own design team for the most straightforward advice. Check it out!

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Google vs. Yahoo: Quick UI/UX Lessons

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When it comes to user experience and user interface design, Google and Yahoo both do a decent job (granted, in different ways). 

In this piece, we’ll quickly explain some practical takeaways from the UI and UX design of each site. 

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June 2015 Updates: Advanced Animations & Multistate Elements

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As we roll into summer, the UXPin team has been working hard to bring you some great updates and improvements to our collaborative design platform–and they are finally here!

Take a look at the latest and greatest features and updates available in UXPin right now.

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3 Crucial UX Considerations Before Going Parallax

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Skeuomorphism gives way to flat, and flat gives way to … something in between. One technique that’s taken hold in recent years is parallax scrolling — a visual effect that adds the illusion of depth to your site.

In this piece, we’ll explain a few things you must consider if you want this technique to work for you. 

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UX Insights From Design Agency Barrel

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In Manhattan’s Little Italy neighborhood, a team of designers, developers and strategists craft innovative UX designs for some big name companies, such as Kind, Boxed and Daily Burn.

This is Barrel — one of the top design agencies around and one of our favorite customers.

They’ve been using UXPin on a daily basis to collaborate with their clients. We recently sat down with UX Designers Angel Ng and Yvonne Weng to chat about building the agency’s UX design process, what the future of wireframing looks like, and the best design advice they’ve ever received.

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How to Use Media Queries in Responsive Web Design

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Responsive web design has exploded in popularity — thanks to the need to create sites that work across numerous devices.

However, responsive design comes with some problems of its own. The issue of slow-to-load sites is now well documented. Let’s walk through some of the tricks designers are using to better load content and images on different devices. 

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The ultimate UXPin shortcut cheatsheet

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Need a quick reference to speed up your wireframing and prototyping? 

Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered with our new shortcut cheatsheets. Take a look! 

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UXPin Product Updates: Interactions, collaboration, and onboarding

It’s been an exciting month so far for us. Our team worked hard to add more power to interactions, design collaboration, and product onboarding.

Take a peek at the updates available in UXPin!

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Get a free high-fidelity iPad UI Kit

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Our newest iPad UI Kit includes over 50+ high-resolution elements. Read on to get a sneak peek! 

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New e-book: Interaction Design Best Practices (Time & Behavior)

Interaction Design Best Practices: Time & Behavior

In our latest free e-book, we explain how to master the intangible elements of interaction design. Read on to get a sneak peek inside the book! 

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