UXPin vs Figma: Comparing Two Great UX Design Tools

Modern product design and development is a complex multi-disciplinary affair involving talents across design, engineering, marketing, product management, and more. Image courtesy of Alvaro Reyes, Unsplash.

UXPin and Figma are two popular collaborative design tools seeking to revolutionize how software design gets done in a modern, cloud-first, team-based world. We’ve come a long way since the year 2000 when Visio, Omnigraffle and Illustrator ruled the roost.

In this article, I’ll compare my experiences using both tools and dive a little more deeply into how UXPin allows us to…

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Anthony Hand

Anthony Hand

Sr. UX Designer on the TPX (Technology Platforms & Experiences) team at PayPal in Silicon Valley

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