UXPin is the design process tool that helps product teams around the world turn ideas into products faster. With Merge, UXPin’s revolutionary technology, companies like PayPal can easily achieve ultimate design and development consistency.
We asked Yuga Koda, CEO at UXPin, some questions that get at the heart of why they’re passionate about design operations, what it’s like to work at UXPin, and what makes their products and services special to design operations professionals.
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The line between design and development is getting less clear every day. Despite that, at UXPin we think that there’s still room to improve the communication between both. A common challenge that we face is the drift created when designers hand over to engineers. The intent of DesignOps is to improve the process that many teams have in place to eliminate these kinds of issues. To us, DesignOps should accelerate the design to the deployment lifecycle and tackle this issue by improving the communication between designers and developers.