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Make devs suffer less: how to make UI designs responsive-ready

October 22nd, 2021, posted in #techstuff
by Adelina

Make devs suffer less: how to make UI designs responsive-ready

One major thing UI/UX designers don’t think about enough is making their designs work on different device sizes. So we’re here to help you to make your designs responsive.

Clutch ranked UPDIVISION as one of the most reviewed software companies in Romania

October 12th, 2021, posted in #news
by admin

Clutch ranked UPDIVISION as one of the most reviewed software companies in Romania

Clutch, a leading US company that conducts research on the B2B market, ranked us as one of the most reviewed software companies in Romania.

[Foundation Series] The anatomy of a UI Kit. What it is and how to use it in Figma

September 27th, 2021, posted in #learning
by Saiona

[Foundation Series] The anatomy of a UI Kit. What it is and how to use it in Figma

UI kits are a great tool for understanding the UI/UX design process. By reverse-engineering them, you can get a good idea of what UI/UX is literally made of.

Cut down development time with Volt PRO Laravel Admin Dashboard. The full stack Swiss Army knife

August 19th, 2021, posted in #techstuff
by Saiona

Cut down development time with Volt PRO Laravel Admin Dashboard. The full stack Swiss Army knife

Together with Themesberg, we launched a versatile tool for building apps 10x times faster. Anything from blogs and lightweight ecommerce platforms to custom SaaS.

Ready-to-code design: build your apps in record time with the Backpack Figma Template

August 16th, 2021, posted in #techstuff
by Adelina

Ready-to-code design: build your apps in record time with the Backpack Figma Template

We used the Backpack Figma Template to build the backend of a dictionary website - and here’s how we did it.