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The old dashboard… what can we say :). It felt right at the time, served its role and helped UXPin grow. But as time passed by we expanded the functionality of the dashboard which resulted in new ways you can work on your projects and a new experience.
New features, the ones already shipped and the ones planned, needed a new user experience design. While at it, we could finally do something about the visual design – that really needed a fix ;)
We’ve expanded our customer service once again, which means better and faster service for you guys :).
The new person is no other than our beloved Karolina. I asked her to introduce herself to you, so here goes!
In the Summer of 2011 we gathered in a tiny cafe in Gdynia (Poland) excited to try our new idea. Armed with paper, scissors and pencils we were trying to find very generic design patterns that are used on majority of websites. Why? We had this crazy idea for a physical product that could help people design websites together. And we knew that collaborative design can turn bad products into stunning designs.
You can’t go wrong with the importance of copy design in UX. And the amount of requests for this update made this truth loud as a thousand voices.
If you’ve visited your UXPin dashboard recently, you probably noticed that this button:
is now this button:
It’s because we added some cool functions :) That’s right – not only you can upload documents to your projects, you can also create them within UXPin! You don’t need to switch between text editor and App, or re-upload every time a document was changed, or try to check how business model canvas looks like, beacause that’s already in the App.
New among iOS 7, Bootstrap, Foundation and 22 other UI libraries – Flat UI elements!
Beautifuly crafted by this gifted designer (KUDOS!), Flat UI Kit is how you hack flat design with as little effort as drag&drop. Use it to add some flat design spice to your wireframe/prototype or just because you don’t have to design a calendar or category tabs from scratch. This kind of design libraries are also a good point to start, breathe-in some inspiration and then adapt to your design master plan.
We are happy to announce that with UXPin’s latest update you can have access to an unlimited amount of projects in your account.
The existing pricing plans – Starter, Freelancer, Team Effort and Company-Wide – were today replaced with a brand new per-seat system. Each user slot will cost $15, and you will no longer pay for a plan that may have more user slots than you actually need!
It’s all around the web!
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— Paul Andrew (@speckyboy) September 5, 2013
A while ago when we added Twitter Bootstrap Elements to our UI elements library some of you requested adding Zurb Foundation as well. A great idea, we thought, so here it is:)
We give you Zurb Foundation UI elements, all ready for action in your UXPin accounts!