Invision saves us a lot of time and hassle implementing designs!
February 04, 2019

Invision saves us a lot of time and hassle implementing designs!

Brad Henderson | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 9 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User

Overall Satisfaction with InVision

We use InVision as a clickable prototyping software for helping developers understand the flow and implementation of designs from our designer. It helps bridge the gap in communication between designers and developers and free up both of their time to focus on what they're good at instead of constantly going back and forth on small details of how to implement the designs.
  • The ability to leave comments on specific parts of the screen to add details or feedback for the developers. This removes the pain of trying to explain which screen/part of the screen you're referring to.
  • InVision makes it extremely easy to create a clickable prototype and test the flow of your software.
  • The design and user experience of InVision makes it very pleasant and extremely easy to use.
  • InVision doesn't integrate with Illustrator to automatically upload new updates to designs. You have to go back in and re-upload the file which means also changing the flow of the clickable hot spots. But it does have that capability for Sketch and Photoshop.
  • Because it's integrating with other platforms, it isn't as seamless of an experience as Adobe XD is at building and may be difficult to compete with Adobe over the long term because they have such a stronghold in the creative space.
  • Other than that it has worked very well for us!
  • Saved a lot of time/back and forth between designer and developer.
  • Allowed us to visualize the product before being built and make better UI/UX decisions.
  • Made the design and implementation process more seamless.
As mentioned above, InVision is great for those who are using it to work in Sketch, providing solid integrations that make the process more seamless. However, it doesn't have any integration for Illustrator, making it a more difficult and a very laborious process to update designs. For heavy Adobe users I believe XD will be a better product in the future, but for Sketch users, I believe InVision is a great product.