There's discovery, design, implement and refine where designers have their own set of tools to achieve the expected output and make clients happy.I came across this blog today, there are a few good tools mentioned which will come handy at each step of user experience, but I am not convinced.

What do you guys prefer? Can you state your reasons or examples of why opting for a particular tool

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    I think the question you should ask is which methodology ensures best user experience, not which tools. – Kristiyan Lukanov Jun 21 '16 at 13:17
  • Sure... thanks for correcting me, I am new here. I will edit the question :) – Neo Jun 23 '16 at 8:21

These guys did a thorough research and came up with the Design Tools Survey

You should find all your answers here : http://tools.subtraction.com/

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