We have a full time in-house UX designer who is using InVision. It is easy to prototype and test out the designs with the team.
Co-founder & CEO - MuseFind
The worst part about design tools is that once you are done with the design you still have to do all the HTML.
Head of Platform - WaystoCap
At different times we have used different tools to build our app like the Adobe Suite or Sketch. InVision is great because it lets you build an immersive testing experience.
Founder & CEO - Travefy
10%Stacklist Startups Are Using InVision
InVision tends to be used as more of a niche product for designers and, to some extent, developers. The platform offers a comprehensive suite of features that cover the entire range of design needs, which is why its users cover the full spectrum in terms of size, stage and industry--from freelance designers to large operations like Netflix and Twitter.
InVision has five pricing plans. Its initial, free plan offers you one project and one user. You can upgrade to the $15/month Starter plan that offers three projects and one user; the $25/month Professional plan with unlimited projects and one user; or the $100/month Team plan that allows unlimited projects and up to five users. Anything over five users is considered an Enterprise plan; The standard Enterprise plan allows up to 10 contributors and 10 reviewers for an annual price of $5,400.
Visit the website: http://www.invisionapp.com/