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I absolutely love InVision. It’s a single product design solution which not only allows me and my team to create rich, interactive prototypes, but also collaborate on design concepts, ideas and projects. So, it’s a great mixture of product design tool and a project-management tool. Also, the UI is superb, the mobile app is great and easy-to-use, and there are lots of useful integrations as well. See More
Emily Baker's Experience
Invision offers a free plan to anyone that is limited to one project. While the free plan is limited to only one prototype and lacks any official support, it does allow the user to trial the software for as long as they like to decide on its merits and whether it is worth paying for the more robust options. See More
Invision allows clients, stakeholders or any team members to leave comments and feedback inside the design which will be displayed as a point on the page itself. These paints can be discussed or even be turned into tasks. This makes it easy for designers to go through what they need to work on, and once it's done, the task can be checked off. See More
If you have questions you'll likely end up either working it out on your own, or having to rely on a third party forum. The Invision company gives precedence to higher paying users, so if you aren't on an enterprise or higher tier plan, your support tickets will be pushed to the back. The Invision official forums can be found here. See More
Invision isn't concerned with exporting or deploying what you've created. Instead, it focuses on the process of refining your design. This leaves the developers free to add more features that a designer would find useful, rather than cramming in tools that a programmer would rather use. See More
While it's by no means a messy interface, compared to other prototyping programs it can feel a little cramped. Webflow crams a lot of tools and options into a somewhat small space, so it may take a minute to find some options through all the clutter. Example See More
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