I think you wanted to say 'UI Design on Windows...'
If you've already spent hours working on a blog post complete with images, screenshots, and custom examples, and you know your English is not perfect, not forking over $50 to hire a copy editor seems like a pretty bad move.
I send all my articles for proofreading to my colleague, who is a native speaker, unfortunately in this case there was some misunderstanding on the both sides when I thought this was properly proofread but it wasn't. I've asked for another proofreading and will update the article soon.
Thanks, I've fixed that.
Interesting, I like how you used an actual project to discuss the differences. Have you tried UX Pin as well? It has some of the features missing from Adobe XD.
Thanks, Marcel. Yes, I was trying UX Pin and was thinking about using it the comparison too. But eventually saved it for another article together with other online tools like Jamie mentioned below.
UXPin, Justinmind and Axure come to mind as well.
Hey Lubos, I liked the article.. ignore the rant about english.. Good job.
I have been using Figma -web version and didn't get time to checkout the windows version. I was hoping if you have pointers on why should I try Figma desktop app. ( internet connectivity isn't an issue here. )
Thanks, V. M. For me the desktop app feels somehow more real - I can have it pinned to the taskbar, have slightly more screen real estate and it's not affected by the browser performance.
This is a great review. The great thing is all 3 are available on the Mac. I think it's better that a cross-platform app rises to be the primary tool for design. Not a fan of Figma needing to be online, even when I'm on wi-fi, it's unbearably slow for me. Have you tried Gravit Designer?
Thanks, Dapo! Interesting that Figma is slow for you, for me it's very fast. Have you tried Figma deskop app?
I've tried Gravit Designer, it looks very promising but it doesn't have Symbols implemented yet which was a required feature in my comparison. But looking forward to it and other exciting features like prototyping and animations.
It's the desktop app of Figma I (sometimes) use. but that's pretty much just a browser window in an app wrapper. Now waiting for what seems to be the new hotness: Invision Studio. *rubs palms