I have been a Freehand user for a while
Updated November 01, 2022

I have been a Freehand user for a while

Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 8 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User

Software Version

Freehand Pro

Overall Satisfaction with InVision Freehand

I use Invision Freehand for wire framing and low-fidelity brainstorming of ideas, during the beginning stages of a project. I often attend and lead white boarding sessions with my team of fellow product designers. Often times, my team's content designers will attend these white boarding sessions as well. Cross functional collaboration in a remote world is great with a tool like this.
  • Remote collaboration
  • Wireframing
  • Low fidelity brainstorming
  • Whiteboarding sessions
  • The shape tools
  • The text tools
  • The speed in which it takes to load a large free-hand file, which might have a bunch of images or other information in it
  • Remote collaboration
  • Documentation
  • Whiteboarding
  • Productivity
  • Collaboration
  • Cloud based
I have found that between freehand InVision Freehand, Miro, MURAL and FigJam, each product does certain things differently. Some of those products execute certain features better than others. One benefit to InVision freehand is that it's sometimes nice to have all of your messy brainstorm sessions all in one place that is separate from your high fidelity work.

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I would recommend InVision Freehand, 9 out of 10! The reason for this 9 score, is that I have been using it for quite some time now and found that there are some slight competitive advantages between freehand and its competitors. Freehand's competitors, such as Figma, MIRO, and Mural, all have different features that are slightly different. Each software does a few things better than the others, but there's not one that does everything super well.