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UXPin presents: Desktop App

over 1 year ago from , Product Marketing Manager

Today we're happy to announce our brand new desktop application. Built to optimize your experience and has all the tools you know and love from the original browser version. Click here to sign up today and try it yourself. Download here for Mac or Windows.

P.S. Don't forget — internet connection is still required.

7 comments

  • Dustin Dahlberg, over 1 year ago

    Unfortunately, needing an internet connection, and depending on UX Pin's servers is exactly why I stopped paying for it.

    9 points
  • Matt KMatt K, over 1 year ago

    Hooray, yet another Electron app! As if Chrome, Slack, Spotify, Figma, Trello and Abstract weren't already turning my laptop into a stylish space heater.

    7 points
  • Mike StevensonMike Stevenson, over 1 year ago

    Every time I visit uxpin.com I think the header is an interstitial popup and I try to X out of it. Then I realize that it's just the site design... I don't know if that's just me but I figure you guys might appreciate the feedback.

    4 points
  • Artur Eldib, over 1 year ago

    Too bad UXPin decided to follow UI Design path and not master the UX Process.

    2 points
  • Andrew C, over 1 year ago

    I can't really figure out what this is... a design system from coded components that sits on a UXPin server, but isn't integrated on a git repo or something devs can draw from? A library of Sketch components for designers?

    1 point
    • , over 1 year ago

      Hey Andrew, let me explain. UXPin is a full-stack UX Design Platform for prototyping, collaboration, creating documentation and design systems. Also, we aim to become a bridge between design and development with our new Design from Code initiative (https://www.uxpin.com/design-from-code).

      The changes in the design world are right around the corner, we just need a bit more time to make them happen!

      Andrew, if you’d like to test our app, just drop us a line at hello@uxpin.com – we’ll be glad to show you around.

      0 points
  • Michal Jaskiewicz, over 1 year ago

    Internet connection is still required because it's not a native application. It's "only" a web based app packed in platform specific container. Sad :(

    Edit. I'm writing about Windows version.

    1 point