Looking for an alternative to Framer?

You've come to the right place to learn about alternatives to Framer. UXPin will help your team start making prototypes that look and feel like finished products. Here are some of the reasons that companies choose UXPin over Framer.

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Comparing UXPin 
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UXPin gives you a lot of features that you won't get from Framer. UXPin gives your team more flexibility so they can build vibrant, interactive designs that users love. Unlike Framer, UXPin lets your team members create custom libraries that make it easy for them to maintain cohesion throughout the product's design. UXPin can even auto-generate a style guide that helps ensure every feature conforms to the product's aesthetic. 

With UXPin, you get a better idea of how your product will function. Your prototypes can include interactive features, if/else logic that enhances usability, and versioning that helps you test your designs and choose the best option. 

UXPin is much more than a design app. It lets you streamline your UX development, encourage your team members to collaborate in real-time, and initiate global changes almost immediately.

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Designing becomes much easier with built-in libraries, shapes, media, form elements, interactions, and animations that work for you.

Build an intuitive prototype that you can confidentially share with stakeholders, team members, and your user testing group.

Share a link to your design, get feedback from colleagues, and collaborate within a shared environment.

Contextual feedback

Inspect the details – fonts, CSS, measurements, etc. – in one place to keep everything updated and accurate.

Spec mode

Team members can work on any device with macOS, Windows, or a web browser.


Sketch import

Import your Sketch files and use UXPin to turn them into interactive prototypes.

UXPin's collaborative designing environment works like Google Docs – everyone can contribute in real-time to get the best results.

Co-design in real time

I'm trying to understand what all the hype around Figma is about lately. Feature for feature, it kinda seems like @uxpin-lite.

@igaenssley, Twitter

UXPin's prototyping and animation tools

Turn your static mockups into prototypes that show off animation, interactive features, and other features.

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Design collaboration like in Google Docs

Most UX development solutions make designers work in silos. They can't share their work until they finish. UXPin takes an alternative approach by encouraging collaboration at every step of the process. If you can collaborate in Google Docs, then you can use UXPin.

And design from a single source of truth with your team

Style guide

Maintain a summary of every project's colors, fonts, and assets for a more cohesive experience.

Shared component libraries

Add ready-to-use UI components, colors, text style, and assets to project libraries.

Design Systems

Build consistent Design Systems that are easy to maintain and share with team members.

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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

As an alternative to Framer, UXPin lets you speed up prototyping with native HTML inputs. Use interactive text fields, checkboxes, and radio buttons and say goodbye to their static imitations.


Design different versions of any element and animate between them. Update properties between states with just one click. In UXPin each element can have several states with a different set of properties and interactions.

Conditional logic

A living prototype works much better with conditional logic. If/else statements allow you to build a working prototype instead of countless artboards. UXPin allows for conditional statements to be included in the prototype in a streamlined way.

Co-design on the same file in real time.

Get much closer to real, coded apps by adding if/else logic to your interactions, storing user input, and reusing it later in the design.

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

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

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


Built-in accessibility features.

Import your designs from Sketch.

Send links to get contextual feedback.

Native HTML inputs, tables, etc. No coding required.

Auto-generate style guide for every project.

Build 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.

Add document components to team libraries. Then, share an automatically-generated, customizable web view of your design system with the components.

Version history

View previous versions of your prototype and verify design ideas based on them.

Version history

Keeping track of changes and what's current can be a challenge. UXPin's superpowered  version history feature lets you save versions of your designs, restore them and share immediately with anyone working with you.

Accessible design is a huge concept, and a hard one to master too. UXPin makes it easy to keep designs in line with WCAG standards and view them as those with one of the eight different types of color blindness.

Built-in accessibility tools

Automatically sync components from a git repository.

Compose user interfaces using production React.js components.


1strict requirements. Components need to be coded specifically to work with Framer.