The tools make the designer! Okay, not really. In fact, even the best tools can be useless if the right designer isn’t in the driver’s seat. But, that doesn’t mean that they can’t be useful. Tools, in general are around to make our lives easier, so why not use them to help amp up your design game, or help you stay better organized?
Here are our 4 picks for the best UX design tools you need to have in your arsenal:
Invision in a digital design platform that lets you store everything in one place via cloud. Seamlessly communicate and gather feedback while perfecting your design workflows. Keep each other inspired with design whiteboards and so much more. You can see how Invision can help your team by visiting their website.
Adobe XD is a vector-based user experience design tool for web apps and mobile apps, developed and published by Adobe Inc, available for macOS and Windows. It works to help teams design, prototype, share, and collaborate on rich user experiences. Learn more about this versatile app.
BugHerd is the ultimate in design feedback tools. In just seconds you can add various “sticky notes” across websites and task out projects to certain individuals to help improve overall site UX. Add in comments and even integrate with other tools to know when a “bug” was found and keep up with the process of fixing it. Check it out.
Sketch is the leader in design toolkits. This allows you to create, prototype, collaborate and turn your ideas into products. Oh, and did we mention you can try it for free? Create layers, use OpenType features, and even collaborate with teams. Sketch is the leading tool that helps you work faster and more efficiently. Take a look.
There you have it. Four UX design tools that are sure to help you work bolder, better, faster, (stronger?). At Wave, we want to not only share the knowledge, but spread the love by ensuring all our clients get the designs they need, and these are just some of the tools that can make it happen. Learn more by seeing what our team is capable of!