There are a number of UX design tools on the market today, but none take advantage of the “stickiness” factor. UX Stickynotes lets webs designers and mobile app front end developers use self-adhesive paper templates, that are outfitted with browser and smart phone templates, to post their work where its needed.
UX design is experienced in numerous ways before it is actually applied to software code. From being able to discuss designs on walls with a team, in your moleskin for future adaptation and/or to be posted and removed to show behavior methods, having a stick-able design gives the designer more flexibility in explaining an intended experience workflow.
Created by Ali Zaman, a UX designer from the UK, with the need to stick user experience designs on the wall for meetings, but was struggling to do so with the other templates on the market. Thus, like other designers, using regular sticky notes ended up being the best tool to use. But now with UX Stickynotes, designers can show the experience as they intended within the framework that it was designed for.
Priced at GBP 3.99, each package includes 48 large notes of about A5 size. Free self-downloadable versions can also be downloaded from their site.