UX DesignNEW InVision Studio

Book Info

  • Pages: TBD
  • Formats: PDF
  • Author: Daniel Schwarz
  • Publish Date: May 9, 2018

InVision has been leading the charge on design collaboration since 2011, over the years introducing incredible tools like Freehand (for realtime whiteboard collaboration) and Inspect (for design handoff) alongside their industry-standard prototyping tools, enabling over 4 million designers around the world to turn their static designs into interactive prototypes that can be tried and tested on real devices before spending valuable time and money building the real thing. It’s used by the world’s top companies.

InVision has conveniently integrated with design applications Sketch and Photoshop for a while now, but for the first time, InVision users can contain their entire design workflow under a single subscription while lessening the gap between design and collaboration even more than before. Enter new screen design tool, InVision Studio.

Features include:

  • Screen design tools
  • Vector editing
  • Standard transitions
  • Advanced animations
  • Desktop and device preview
  • Responsive components
  • Adaptive layouts
  • Shared design systems
  • Version control
  • 2-click sync to the InVision Platform
  • Compatibility with Inspect and Freehand

InVision Studio is free, not just for InVision customers, but for everybody. In this book we’ll learn not only how to use it, but actually understand how the numerous features of the InVision Platform come together to help the world’s best teams design exceptional products from scratch. We’ll learn why and how Studio is the final brick in the wall, delivering the truly seamless design worklow we’ve all been waiting for.

Daniel Schwarz, author

Daniel Schwarz

Daniel Schwarz is a digital designer, web developer, and maker by background, but a writer, editor, 3x author, and teacher at heart. Currently a design blog editor at Toptal and SitePoint, writer at .net Magazine and Web Designer Magazine, but occasionally a collaborator with top design companies such as Adobe and InVision.