Without the right app design steps in place, it’s like rolling a dice and wishing for a six. Sure, the app you unleash into the marketplace may be a hit. More likely, it risks sinking without a trace because it didn’t appeal to the target audience and didn’t work the way it should. Effective mobile(…)
Whether you’re building a SaaS application, website, game, or other digital product, developing an efficient UX design process is crucial to your project’s success. This systematic, iterative process ensures teams follow standard protocols to deliver projects consistently while meeting the organization’s quality standards. Improve your end-to-end UX design process with the world’s most advanced UX(…)
A service safari allows design teams better to understand competitors, users, and their own product. This service experience offers valuable insights for very little investment, making it an essential tool during the early stages of the design thinking process. This article looks at the pros and cons of a service safari, how to plan and(…)
During the Design Value Conference, our CEO, Yuga Koda, spoke on UXPin’s latest way of improving the design process for teams that would like to bring the single source of truth to design workflow, without developers’ help – Merge Component Manager. Yuga explained the “why” behind Merge Component Manager and showcased how it works. If(…)
In a world filled with an extensive range of devices and different screen sizes, it’s safe to say that responsive design is design. Organizations cannot afford to build any website or application for a single device or screen size because they’ll lose out to a competing product that’s more accommodating to more users. This step-by-step(…)
Our friend from PayPal, Anthony Hand, decided to share how to make designers’ lives easier using parsing props with UXPin Merge. Merge is UXPin’s revolutionary technology that helps you import and sync your dev’s UI components from the component library in the design tool. You can bring the components via Storybook integration or Git repository.
At UXPin’s Design Value Conference in March 2022, we hosted five design industry leaders to understand Design and DesignOps at some of the world’s biggest organizations. We were honored to have Salomé Mortazavi share her insights and experience from working with multiple Fortune 500 organizations helping to “break down silos to align teams around customer(…)
As technology and product design workflows evolve, new tech roles open. UX engineers are one of those emerging niche positions, helping to facilitate collaboration between design and development. We’ll explore the difference between a UX designer vs. UX engineer, their responsibilities, and how these team members work together. UXPin is a code-based design tool bridging(…)
At UXPin’s Design Value Conference in March 2022, we hosted five design industry leaders to understand Design and DesignOps at some of the world’s biggest organizations. One of those speakers was Maggie Dieringer, Senior Design Program Manager at Uber. Maggie has worked as a DPM at Uber since 2016 on the Rides and Eats products(…)
Best practices from 10 years as a remote designer.
We analyzed the strategies and processes from five industry experts. This article summarizes the knowledge these DesignOps trailblazers share through blog posts, interviews, webinars, and talks. Revolutionize design at your company with UXPin Merge–a code-based design tool that optimizes UX workflows while solving many DesignOps challenges. Sign up for a free trial to experience Merge(…)
At UXPin’s first annual Design Value Conference in March 2022, we hosted five design industry leaders to understand Design and DesignOps at some of the world’s biggest organizations. This article summarizes everything we covered at the Design Value Conference 2022, with links to a synopsis of each talk and the 30-minute video. Design Value Conference(…)
DesignOps requires a different skillset to UX design and design leaders, so understanding its role and function are essential for hiring the right people and management. A design leader is responsible for “what” the organization is creating (the product), while DesignOps must focus on “how” the company delivers the product.
ing with designers to turn design ideas into functioning code. Front-end and back-end engineers use this code as a foundation to develop the final product.
In February 2022, UXPin hosted a free webinar with DesignOps expert Dave Malouf titled Holistic Design Operations. Dave discusses how he and his team solved the “human operational problem” to break down silos–a common issue with large and enterprise organizations. Join us for the May 2022 webinar about building centralized design system for enterprises. Sign(…)
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