When comparing Corel Draw vs Invision Studio, the Slant community recommends Corel Draw for most people. In the question“What are the best vector graphics editors?” Corel Draw is ranked 9th while Invision Studio is ranked 10th.
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Pro Efficient and intuitive UI
Pro Great for large scale prints
Corel Draw can handle large sized printing projects. You can use the feet as the unit for output size and it can still export the graphic without problems to your computer's system resource.
Pro Advanced tools for a fast workflow
Symmetry tool, pages, copy attributes, etc.
Pro Price is good
The no-subscription option is $449.00 and subscription is $198.00 per year.
Pro Completely free
No gotchas, No commitments, Invision Studio is completely free for you to use, commerical, or non-commercial.
Pro Built-in marketplace
Going beyond tradition, Invision Studio includes a Marketplace in the application itself to install icon toolkits, design toolkits, whenever, whatever you want to.
Pro Integration with invision cloud
Being a Invision product, it tightly knits with Invision's own cloud services. You can upload prototypes from Invision Studio to Invision Cloud.
Pro Sketch imports
Unlike most tools, Invision Studio openly allows imports from sketch files, allowing you to use Sketch with Invision Studio
Pro Offline support
Invision Studio allows offline use, and you can save files offline, even without logging in to an Invision account.
In US it costs $499, and although it's worth the money for advanced users, for ordinary users it's too much.
Con UI can be confusing for users coming from Adobe
It might need some time to adjust.
Con No Linux support
Despite its amazing portfolio, Invision Studio lacks Linux support - a boon for some people but Invision has openly said they will support it when there's demand.
Con Requires Invision login
You'll be required to login to Invision to use Studio for now. But after logging in, you should be able to access Studio without any hiccups.