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You're in the right place to learn more. It's time to start building prototypes that look and feel like the real deal. Here's why companies are moving from Axure to UXPin and all you need to know to make the same move.

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UXPin and Axure

What's the key difference between Axure and UXPin? Both are reliable prototyping tools for building website and app flows and interactive prototypes. Although, because UXPin is browser-based, the results of your work there are much easier to share. You don't have to download anything, all your work lives in cloud, so your entire cross-functional team gets easy access to collaborate on the prototypes. 

What's more, UXPin allows keeping your entire design process from mockups to handoff in one place – no plugins needed!

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It’s all there! Shapes, media, form elements, built-in libraries, interactions and animations to do the magic.

Create intuitive prototypes perfect for pitching stakeholders, presenting to your team, as well as user testing.

Share links to your designs and collaborate easily with your team and stakeholders.

Contextual feedback

Inspect all measurements, fonts, and CSS in one place and up to date.

Spec mode

It doesn’t matter if you work on macOS, Windows, or in the browser, we support it all.


Sketch import

Import your Sketch files and quickly turn them into beautifully interactive prototypes.

Work on the same file with other team members and watch as they make changes – as you would in Google Docs!

Co-design in real time

I started using UXPin to quickly show basic interactions more complex than hovers (all InVision can really do right now) and then found the Documentation feature very helpful. I haven’t tried Design System, but will soon. InVision seems to always over-promise and under-deliver

UXPin's prototyping and animation tools

It is seamless and takes just a brief amount of time to make static mockups into real-deal prototypes. With this lightning-quick feature, you have access to interactive form elements, states, conditional logic, version history, and build-in accessibility tools.

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Design collaboration like in Google Docs

Traditional tools are built for designers to work in silos and share designs when ready. UXPin was built with collaboration in mind.

Going beyond collaborative editing


There is a shareable link for each prototype that can be password protected and is always up to date.


To create transparency and equal teamwork feedback, the entire process allows you to gather this feedback to stay in sync.

Task assignments

Assign team members to keep up with changes and comment to highlight the teamwork and responsibility.

UXPin saves us hundreds of hours of product development by simplifying collaboration. Plus, with its great library of components, I can literally go in, cut and paste a component into my design, and we’re off and running.

Larry Sawyer

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Interactive form elements

Instead of drawing their static limitations, use fully interactive check boxes, text fields, and radio buttons.


Easily animate between elements and design various versions of any element. Then with just one click, update properties between states.

Conditional logic

With conditional interactions, easily add a layer of logic to your prototypes. Another handy feature is the ability to set rules that are only enacted with an interaction if those rules are met.

Version history

Push and pull changes with one click. Rest assured, everyone on the team will always use the latest version.

The WCAG contrast standard is a built-in, automatic linter. In the design editor you can specify whether you want to comply with AA and AAA standards. It’ll automatically inform you whenever the contrast is insufficient. 

Built-in accessibility tools

Co-design on the same file in real time.

Multi-platform, works on Windows, Mac or in the browser.

Quickly build flows by connecting screens and adding transitions, overlays, and scrolling.

Get much closer to real, coded apps — add if/else logic to your interactions, store user input and reuse it later on the design.


Built-in accessibilty features

Create different states of any element and animate between these states. Update properties between states with just one click.

Import your designs from Sketch.

Send links to get contextual feedback.

Native HTML inputs, tables, etc.

Auto-generated style guide for every project.

Team libraries with interactive components.

Engineers have access to up-to-date designs and can inspect all information about layers, export assets and copy code.

Document components in team libraries. Share an automatically generated, customizable web view of your Design System with these components.

Import of production React.js components from a git repository.

Compose interface using your production React components synced automatically from GIT.

Approval requests

Specs, assets and code

Freeflow documentation

Leave notes or set up detailed guidelines. These can be easily pinned to specific elements on the prototypes.

Easily allow developers to visualize specs on sizes, measures of distance, and styles.

Get official approvals from stakeholders on your prototypes without them having to sign up.

Automatic style guide


When someone mentions you, get Slack emails or notifications.

Keep a summary of all colors, fonts and assets from each prototype in one place. The style guide updates as you design.