UXPin is UX Software. UXPin offers the following functionalities:
- For Mobile
- For Websites
- Unmoderated Testing
- Usability Testing
- User Journeys
- User Research
Learn more about UXPin features.
UXPin is a cloud-based prototyping platform to create and visualize interactive designs. It is a powerful design tool with bundle of built-in user interface libraries. It allows the user to prototype using built-in interactions and animations.In addition, you can customize the elements by using CSS code. This software supports seamless collaboration that allows co-design in the same prototype, which brings the client into the process in order to comment directly on the elements. In addition, it provides flexible workflow that turns photoshop design into prototypes. Since it preserves all photoshop and sketch layers there is no need for you to rebuild your prototype.
|Support||Business Hours Online||Customer Type||Individuals Large Enterprises Medium Business Small Business|
|API||NA||Location / Phone Number||Gdansk, Poland / +1 (855) 223-9114|
|Deployment||SaaS/Web/Cloud Mobile - Android Mobile - iOS||Category||UX Software|
$24 per editor per month billed Monthly
$19 per editor per month billed annually
$39 per editor per month billed Monthly
$29 per editor per month billed annually
Disclaimer: The pricing details were last updated on 12/04/2018 from the vendor website and may be different from actual. Please confirm with the vendor website before purchasing.
The pricing for UXPin starts at $24.00 per month. UXPin has 2 different plans:
UXPin also offers a custom plan based on the customer's request.
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No, UXPin does not provide API.
The UXPin Mirror app works as advertised. You can scan the QR code and preview the app on your phone. You do have to have interactions in place in order to navigate otherwise you can’t get to other screens in the project. However, the prototype experience expires after a period of time which means if you want to show someone later what the app looks like and you’re not in front of your computer, no bueno. I have used other prototyping apps such as AdobeXD which let you log in and navigate all your projects to make a selection and preview the app. This feature in UXPin Mirror should be a must add enhancement. When you spend so much time working on your prototypes, it’s nice to be able to access them at any time/place to show friends, coworkers, clients, executives etc. UXPin is my prototyping tool of choice. Just need a better mobile preview app.
Amazing application made my life as UX designer much easier than ever. Thank you and please keep updating.
The app crashes before I’m able to scan anything
Reinstalled but still crashing on launch. Cannot use it at all.
Very simple and affordable wireframing tool. Works great for both large and small business. Allows multiple users to easily collaborate on a design, and to create projects.
Ironically, the UI for building a prototype is not overly user friendly. All of the icons are very small and thin, and are often hard to navigate through. A lot of the tools are also initially hidden, so it takes a bit of time to navigate through the interface and find what you're looking for.
UXPin allows multiple users in different countries to quickly collaborate on UX prototypes. It is also a very affordable platform, which is important for a small business.
I like best that the product offers a lot of features for mapping out different types of wireframes that are out of the box and don't need to be manually hacked together to replicate a feature.
I find the web version of the tool to be buggier and slower to load than the desktop application. I also wish it was easier to annotate and comment on wireframe screens.
Great product once you get up to speed, there are so many features that it can often be a distraction when putting together a screen. Not the best tool for annotations, but it's great for showing screens and representing light functionality.
I was trying to solve a way to create professional-looking wireframes .
Was not able to view any prototype. The app just crashes over and over again. iPhone XS Max.
You can easily create prototypes with complex motion and gestures from scratch without having to rely on plugins or other software. The whole package in one app.
UI is a little sluggish and illogical in some places. Vector editing tools could be a little better (expand boolean operation objects!)
A full package of UI/UX tools, everything from user flows to hi-fi prototypes.
Creating and researching user flows, wireframing, hi-fi prototypes and final assets for developers. It's fast and very versatile - you can do almost anything without having to jump to some other app.
- HTML based design with states and CSS interactions. This is the future of design. No longer do you need to create 5 different art boards to describe one interaction. Just create a component with multiple states. It's easy. It's awesome.
- The way your designs look in UXPin are the way they will look in code... because it is code. Vector tools like Sketch, Illustrator, and Figma look amazing on the mockups, but when they transition to code something is off. This is because vectors render differently straight HTML. UXPin provides the most true to production mockups.
- Developer handoff is easier than ever. It is as simple as sharing a link and the devs have everything. Not to mention the integrated Design Pattern Library anyone can access where you can include code snippets. This was built for UX Designers.
- UXPin is built for teams. Collaboration between designers is awesome! Projects are shared with the team by default. It makes testing and design critique super easy.
- Great community. UXPin as an active community which you can find here: https://spectrum.chat/uxpin
Sometimes the questions I post are answered within minutes. Not to mention you can chat with support from the product. Super cool.
- There are a lot of bugs. Which I understand considering the complexity of the product. They do a pretty good job of fixing them when reported but it can be super frustrating sometimes when I login and all my margins are changed or somehow my content has shifted by a few pixels.
- It slows down on big projects. This makes sense considering that UXPin is a web application. But if your project has too many pages expect some delays.
- Iteration is not very effective. You can only iterate by project when I really need to iterate by page. It is a real struggle at times. I have to create each new page with a version number to see my progress.
- Moving from project to project is inefficient. It takes like 10 clicks to get from one prototype to another in a different project. Not the end of the world but certainly annoying.
All UX people should be using this.
- Delivering awesome, interactive prototypes to developers.
- Creating a shared style library with the team.
- Testing designs and documenting my work.