InVision is UX Software. InVision offers the following functionalities:
- For Mobile
- Unmoderated Testing
- Usability Testing
- User Journeys
Learn more about InVision features.
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.
|Support||Online||Customer Type||Large Enterprises Medium Business Small Business|
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|Deployment||SaaS/Web/Cloud Mobile - Android Mobile - iOS||Category||UX Software|
The pricing for InVision starts at $15.00 per month. InVision has 3 different plans:
InVision offers a Free Plan with limited features. They also offer an Enterprise Plan for their product.
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Yes, InVision provides API.
No landscape mode, yet Freehand requires a keyboard to actually accomplish basic functionality. You can’t copy elements nor can you draw straight lines. The ability to draw a shape and hold the pencil at the end to snap to a cleaner shape like in the web app is great, why no support for easily doing this with lines or shapes other than rectangles? Where is the quick undo? Where is the ability to delete a text block without having to manually delete every single character? Feels like I’m just using a straight port of the web version without any thought into the different hardware requirements or the opportunities that come from having a touch screen by default.
This app is wonderful! It really ties the whole experience together between working on your computer and phone. The only problem is that with the most recent update, the mirroring feature displays in Apple’s new card-like modal view (iOS 13) instead of the original modal view (iOS 12 and below). This causes the mirrored view to be cut off at the bottom unless you scroll to reveal it. It doesn’t present a true view of what the design would look like on a phone.
Sharing workflows and design specs can be challenging, especially for remote teams. Invision eliminates the issue with realtime updates. Hex codes, font sizes, measurements, ect, are all handled by the Inspect mode. Prototypes are quick to make in browser, or even right inside Sketch with the use of their Craft extension for Sketch.
The prototypes are very basic. More than just point-click would be nice. Than again, products that offer that are also much more complicated.
Instant sharing of designs, specs, and assets with developers and stake-holders.
How can I use the app if it is almost imposible to sign up? I did follow all the process and still can’t use the app.
I like that is easy to work with, the comments and the avaiability of many functions. Also that uploading psd or scetch files ias available, for ps with a plugin. Comments also help me a lot.
I dont like that the app becomes slow when more than 100 screens are uploaded, probably this is due to the free version i use, but still is uncomfortable. Also downlqding all the screens on the device, when using the mobile vesrsion is very unconvenient.
I have no recommendations now.
I use it to upload and get feedback to the web designsi create.
Too buggy on iPad with Apple Pencil, keeps on drawing some random lines when scrolling on page with freehand drawing.
I like that it includes a very generous amount of tools to start working with it, and designing prototypes is very easy. When I have started a project in other software and I want to keep working on it with InVision, it's easy to sync it and pick up where I left off.
The boars are very aesthetic and InVision offers a wide variety of them, and designing has never looked more easy with this software. Sharing is very effective and the team can communicate as they look through all the prototypes, and make changes as we go.
InVision has helped me improve my workflow but I think that it lacks many features that can be found in other softwares like Sketch and Photoshop. There's still a long way to go, and I'm sure InVision is gonna keep working on bringing new tools and features into the software.
If you're looking for a software that may help you save time in communicating with your clients, then InVision is most likely the right choice for you.
InVision is essential in my work to achieve all my goals, so I find it very helpful when I need to create designs and mockups that need to be tested by the rest of the team and clients. Its easiness is something I appreciate about it, and the efectivity it provides when I have to share it with everyone else is amazing, as I get feedback very easily and without any issues. I use it all the time to be able to complete all my projects, and I don't think there's any software quite like InVision.
After finally getting an iPad Pro, I was pumped to use InVision on the iPad. I could have my prototypes with me in meetings, take notes as comments remotely, and use Apple Pencil in Freehand! But, the app doesn’t even have landscape mode. I didn’t even know that was possible. Even writing this review I am trying to figure out what _I_ am doing wrong. Not having landscape mode makes the app useless with a keyboard, and at least in my situation, that makes it pretty well useless always. The solution would be to log in to the browser version, but I’ve never been able to log in to the browser version on an iPad.
I usually need to get to a design within a prototype with hundreds of screens. When clicking on Invision links from Safari or other apps like Jira, it never works and takes me straight to the main screen, making the IOS experience garbage. Please fix iOS deeplinks.