It's fine, I wish my company would switch to Figma
April 05, 2022

It's fine, I wish my company would switch to Figma

Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 10 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User

Software Version

Freehand Pro

Overall Satisfaction with InVision Freehand

We use InVision for clickable prototyping, high and low-fidelity wireframing, as well as brand development. We address problems surrounding branding, design, usability, and function in mostly web-based products. Our goals include improving customer satisfaction and loyalty by researching, building, or redesigning products that meet business requirements and are both easy to learn and use, while simultaneously pleasing the users.
  • InVision makes building user flows extremely easy.
  • InVision makes iterating wireframes even faster.
  • InVision makes reacting to different variations of designs simple.
  • InVision inspect mode doesn't have all the functionality compared to Zeplin- there are certain things you can't download.
  • Can't rotate anything in InVision.
  • Quickly creating shapes, text, and connecting arrows.
  • Sticky notes.
  • Pasting screenshots.
FigJam has more shapes, more importable reactions, and for me it's less likely to lag. It's also way easier to connect arrows to sticky notes in FigJam and overall rough designs look cleaner than in InVision.

Do you think InVision delivers good value for the price?

Not sure

Are you happy with InVision's feature set?


Did InVision live up to sales and marketing promises?

I wasn't involved with the selection/purchase process

Did implementation of InVision go as expected?


Would you buy InVision again?


InVision is great for copy pasting screenshots of logo variations and reacting to them. InVision is not great for designing the logos, or designing anything with a lot of detail. Freehand is also great for assembling low fidelity wireframes/sketches, but not appropriate for creating high fidelity mockups. When you need any quick, rough designs, freehand is great. The more detail you need, the less appropriate freehand becomes.