See what's new in UXPin 2.1
You can now make boxes and buttons expand as you type into them, hide pages from preview, and quickly undo accidentally deleted pages seconds after. For all details visit our blog: https://www.uxpin.com/studio/blog/see-whats-new-in-uxpin-2-1/
UXPin 2.2 is here with all-new grids, color labels for pages, and more!
Hey everyone! Here's what's new in UXPin: column, baseline, and square grids, color labels for pages and access to your recently opened prototypes right from the editor. All that plus over 100 fixes and improvements! See what else is new:…
This is UXPin 2.0
All 20 improvements and features that were planned for UXPin 2.0 are officially out! From completely rewritten Pages and Layers, to several UI changes, improved Guide and more – all to help you craft your designs faster, better, and easier. If you like it, head to Product Hunt…
Sketch import is here!
The whole new Sketch import is here! Bring your Sketch files into UXPin, edit every tiny bit of each layer and create interactive prototypes. Open files on any computer, Windows or Mac. It works without any plugins and there's no need to download Sketch. See how it works -:>…
New Pages panel and Reorganized Top Bar
Today we’re excited to release the improved Pages panel and a reorganized Top Bar! While Pages come with a set of features and performance improvements, you can now access both Pages and Layers from the bottom bar. As for the Top Bar, you’ll notice that it now has a lot more…
Starting UXPin course.
Hello people, I guess I've achieved quite a bit of command on UXPin over past few months and I'm thinking of starting detailed tutorials(Video and Text) about in the form of series. Pour in your suggestions. Anything special you want to learn or anything in general!
Welcome, strikingly precise zoom
Zoom is now more accurate than ever! Get every pixel just right with the pixel grid and view your design at expanded zoom levels. Access more zoom options from the zoom input in the top bar. And don't miss out on this post that sums it all up:…
Bye Symbols, Welcome Components!
Hey everyone! We've got some important news to share with you! At UXPin, we love listening to customer feedback, collecting it and acting upon it. Today, we said "So long!" to Symbols and introduced Components to UXPin. From the ground up, they are more intuitive, powerful, and…