There are many services, free and paid programs, available on the web that can greatly simplify and speed up the designer’s work. We introduce you to the most functional UX/UI design tools in 2022.




A simple and intuitive tool for interface design and software product design, capable of integrating with other programs. It is used to edit vector graphics, fonts, process images created in other programs, adjust the design layout to the desired size with pixel precision.


Sketch has all the options of a macOS application, plus a standalone web application.

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It is an online platform for inclusive collaboration in the design and development of digital products. Here you can add ready-to-use images, basic shapes or manually draw the structure of a site or application from scratch.

InVision is optimal for teamwork, as it is a cloud-based application where several designers can work on the same project at the same time.

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Adobe XD


Universal tool for UI/UX designers. It is loved for the simplicity and convenience of generating layouts, interface design. Adobe XD is easy to master in a short time and create:


  • Banners
  • Designs
  • Prototypes


In Adobe XD, you can draw vector graphics, adapt images to the desired dimensions, edit drawings through Photoshop, use 3D conversion tools.

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You are probably already familiar with this handy web design software, packed with features that you can share with your colleagues.

Here you can easily generate prototypes and designs. Designers note that Figma saves a lot of time and makes work easier thanks to its variety of tasks.

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Another useful online service for drawing warframes and prototypes that can be used on Windows and macOS devices. Here you can work with prototypes and designs interactively.

The service has an extensive library of common elements for the creation of interfaces. In addition, it allows you to generate very precise structures and prototypes.

This is convenient, because it minimizes the time to finalize the final design.




This tool is suitable not only for designers, but also for developers, as it allows you to add new details to the design by dragging and dropping.

This helps to quickly generate early prototypes and implement your ideas as quickly as possible.


The program interface already has pre-built controls that are most commonly used to generate designs and pre-structures.

The Balsamiq Wireframing Academy training module will help you quickly understand the program and master its main options.

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Mockplus is a versatile design tool that allows you to create:


  • Structure (framework) of the future resource
  • Interactive prototypes
  • Projects


Mockplus can be integrated with dozens of other tools through a cloud-based framework.

You can also add comments, attach documents to individual design elements, save style guides and track comments.


Fluid UI


Fluid UI is a high-precision tool for generating detailed mockups, prototypes and warframes.

The tool has a flexible user interface and a wide range of features, including:


  • Prototyping
  • Integrated libraries
  • Customizable project access rights

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A collaborative service to generate diagrams and preview diagrams of future resources. More than 20 ready-to-use templates and forms are available.


Any element can be added to the project by dragging and dropping. It is also possible to communicate with a team, directly on the project, by leaving comments and notifications. In addition, several people can work on the same file at the same time.

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Lucidchart is a collaborative service for generating diagrams. But, in fact, with their help, you can quickly produce a preliminary sketch of a site or application.


This is the best option, not for design professionals, but for those who need a quick and clear representation of the future interface structure in schematic form.


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