Frictionless and fluid
April 05, 2022

Frictionless and fluid

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

Software Version

Freehand Enterprise

Overall Satisfaction with InVision Freehand

I use freehand for all kinds of user experience design activities. From early research, to user flows, sketching out ideas, and even some forms of user testing, it's easy and frictionless for anything.
  • Sketching ideas.
  • Presenting and discussing work-in-progress.
  • Annotating design images.
  • Having a place to visually explain ideas during any meeting.
  • It'd be great to embed designs from share links with an option to let them update dynamically as changes are made.
  • Presentation.
  • Frictionless drawing.
  • Bringing in images to annotate.
  • Gets us on the same page quicker.
Drawing in Miro isn't nearly as frictionless, and it gets slow much easier. Miro tries to make things more "put together" and often times you just need to make a mess.

Do you think Freehand by InVision delivers good value for the price?

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Are you happy with Freehand by InVision's feature set?


Did Freehand by InVision live up to sales and marketing promises?

I wasn't involved with the selection/purchase process

Did implementation of Freehand by InVision go as expected?

I wasn't involved with the implementation phase

Would you buy Freehand by InVision again?


It feels frictionless to Sketch things out or annotate designs, and the presentation feature is fantastic—completely eliminating any lag issues. I've used it to Sketch out ideas, show things to stakeholders, and even present different options to users for feedback. It gives you the flexibility and "non-preciousness" of paper prototyping with all the advantages of working digitally.

Obviously, it's not helpful for final designs, but any time you need to just get something out or look at something with others, it's awesome.