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Category Archives: UXPin
We’re proud to give you one of the biggest UXPin feature updates in past months. UXPin has been geared up with an advanced tool for interactive prototypes and wireframes. Check out the new Advanced Interactions
Upon frequent request we added a new feature to help you design quicker and smarter – batch editing is here!
Organised, easy to use and simply beautiful – this is the new Properties Manager in UXPin after we put a new look on it. Check it out!
From now on, you don’t have to search for every comment made on your design – the comments come to you, and not the other way around. We’ve just launched instant notifications and daily summary messages that go right to your inbox and tell you what is going on in your UXPin projects. Read on to see how you can use the new email notifications.
In design, the background is as important as the foreground. UXPin’s new Background Editor ads another handy tool to carry out your vision in UXPin.
UXPin’s throwing in another tool for high fidelity designs – say hello to the new Gradient Editor.
31 new UI elements awaiting you in UXPin! Check out the new Social Buttons UI library.
In the previous tutorial we explained how to get the most out of UXPin in creating quick wireframes. For those who have the appetite to take their wireframes to another level, in this tutorial I’m explaining how to get to high-fidelity design using UXPin’s tools for image placing, cropping and styling, colors & gradients, typography, interactions and responsive breakpoints. Read on!
How to create a wireframe real quick? That’s as easy as drag&drop, let me show you around.