InVision is a digital product design platform, that allows the user to develop a quality design in short time.It has prototyping tools, that enables you to upload your design files using which static screens can be transformed into interactive prototypes.This software has predefined layouts that can be used to create visual hierarchy.In addition, it delivers workspaces in order to store and share your design ideas.It allows smooth design communications, where multiple users can comment on the design that helps to improve the quality of the design.Freehand is a special feature available in this, that allows collaboration in order to sketch wireframe.
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Pros: One of the most essential UX tools around! I love how intuitive the preview version of the program is. When presenting, my designs feel like a real website!
Cons: The comment system can be hard to get used to. Though I love that it integrates with slack!
Pros: I mainly use Invision as a delivery method for presenting web and mobile site designs. We have a few internal sites we manage and I use Invision to show any CRO changes that are to be made. This makes it easy for design, dev and directors to see how things work and what it will look like before any time is spent on development.
A bonus for our dev team is the inspect function, having uploaded form Sketch they can inspect fonts, colours, sizes and basic CSS attributes to exactly copy the design. Assets can also be downloaded which saves time if they change over time.
Cons: Some basic functionality such as fixed background images would be useful to convey how some designs should work. I know it's not meant to be a working site, it's just the little touches sometimes that could help others see your vision.
Overall: We're able to quickly prototype full sites or small CRO changes and with the added ability to update on the fly, we can push changes live to anyone viewing live. It's allowed us to show off our thoughts and ideas to clients and stakeholders with great effect, wowing them every time!
Pros: That you can connect it to your Sketch files and work on them both at once. Also you can collaborate for feedback with other users through the Freehand tool.
Cons: The prototyping tool has limited functionality yet.
Pros: The ability to generate working prototypes for apps and websites, and to share these with other people.
Cons: There's a bit of a learning curve - not all of the functionality is immediately obvious. But tutorial videos are provided, both within the app and on the Invision website.
Overall: Invision allowed us, as a small remote-working team, to produce a working prototype which we could use to gauge reactions, and to gather user feedback.
Pros: Currently using this to share screens for new app development and it's been very easy to view the screens and note changes. I didn't know there was such a website for this!
Cons: Wish it better labeled the screen name/number so when I'm trying to tell developer/creator to adjust a certain screen, it's easier to communicate which screen I'm referring to. I also can't see what I originally noted, after changes are made - it only says it was resolved/adjusted but sometime I forget my original request or want to make sure it was completed entirely.
Pros: Really useful for demo's and making a compelling story to prospects in an organized thorough way.
Cons: Hard to change the demo quickly so as your platform updates often this can quickly get behind.
Pros: Very easy to add feedback to designs. I like how you can upload assets to the design making it easy for other teams to download the images.
Cons: Lack of compatibility with Adobe products. It would be nice you could sync an Invision project to Adobe.
Pros: Easy to use within a team to collaborate on a UX design.
Cons: No version tracking on comments - should be easier to track comment history.
Pros: This remains one of the easiest ways to create a quick interactive prototype.
Cons: However considering how buggy and unreliable it is and how little you can do with it, I'm not sure what this company invests its hundreds of millions of funding in, because it's certainly not the tool that made them popular.
Pros: Prototyping is very quick and with the release on InVision Studio. It works well with Adobe XD, Sketch, and Figma. It also provides ease of handoff from design to development with Design System Manager and Inspect features.
Cons: Prototypes are "artboard" based which means linking up many screens of a UI to make a prototype. Unfortunately, the ability to create rich interactions based on logic or nice animations is almost impossible. Hopefully, Invision Studio will solve some of these challenges, but right now, Invision isn't ideal for high fidelity interaction design and prototypes that feel realistic.
Overall: We use InVision to articulate a design solution prior to development. This allows us to test prototypes with users, validate ideas and designs early on in the product development cycle to save time, cost, and deliver solutions with a higher degree of confidence.