The main one we use is InVision. The UX graphic designer uses that for all of the wireframes and everything like that.
Marketing Manager - Techloop
I don’t know why they use InVision but it seems to work pretty well.
Director of Engineering - Amitree
InVision is probably our go-to tool. Somebody is able to share different types of inputs and outputs for design. We like it because it is applicable across graphic design and product design. We use InVision almost exclusively. The company I came from used to work with InVision and the people we ended up hiring also used to work with InVision so it was kind of a no-brainer.
Co-founder & Chief Business Officer - Wizer
We used InVision in our early stages.
Co-founder & CEO - Sweet Technology
We use Sketch for designs and we like the amount of integrations it uses. We especially like the seamless integration between Sketch and InVision. We can distribute assets to developers via Zeplin and we use InVision and look at mockups together on InVision.
Founder - Sendtask
The way we operate is that whichever tool somebody likes, they use. Every tool has strengths and weaknesses--we just pick something good for the job. Zeplin is good for collaborating around sketch files. We used to use Photoshop and the Adobe Cloud license; now we use it for logos and art. We use InVision for UI design which is what it’s good for. Dropbox Paper is good to collaborate on for certain documents and Confluence is good for sharing documents with the team.
Founder & CEO - Postman
We use InVision and the Adobe Suite for our creative work. Whether that is for UX/UI work or creating banners / creative concepts.
Co-founder & CEO - Brosa
We use video conferencing in InVision when doing design reviews.
Founder & CEO - SquarePeg
We love InVision--it’s fantastic. The commenting features, present function and slack integration allow for productive design conversations. They do need a functional Android app though.
Founder & CEO - SquarePeg
I’ve never found any cons to InVision. It’s very simple because you don’t have to do any coding.
Founder & CEO - Fruit Street
I like it a lot. I’ve looked at a few other things but I just find that InVision is the easiest to catch on and I didn’t have to look at anything else super seriously.
Co-founder & CEO - inDinero
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
We use InVision for wireframing.
Co-founder - Flexpat
We use InVision for prototyping.
Founder & CEO - Zera
We have used InVision in the early stages. I personally think that it is not a great use of your time, because you end up spending a lot of time creating something that is not real. It’s great for presentation purposes if what you want is to sell a website or app. If I were to go back, I would start implementing the website right away and iterate on it rather than spending so much time on wireframing something that isn’t real.
Founder & CEO - Unbound
We use a variety of tools but InVision is the one that is really omnipresent. It has a great combination of features for quickly mocking things up, but is also exact enough for people to be able to develop on it.
Founder & CEO - Yesware
With InVision, it is very easy to collaborate and get our entire team involved in the feedback. It is tightly integrated with Slack so every time someone adds a comment we get a notification, and immediately we can check it and make decisions.
CEO - Go Pollock
We have had great success with InVision. Their team also gives you unlimited feedback, which is helpful when you are starting out.
Co-founder & CEO - Amper Music
I like InVision a lot.
Co-founder & CEO - Edquity
We use InVision for prototyping. It works very well to communicate design with non-technical folks.
Co-founder & President - JustFix
I really only have pros to say about InVision. It’s great because you can prototype your apps before you put them into production.
Founder & CEO - Sustainabody
We like InVision because we can share mockups with the rest of the team and people can comment right on it. The Slack integration has room for improvement though.
Co-founder & CTO - Wellthy
We really liked using InVision! Before InVision we would type out really long powerpoints and screenshot and comment on things. InVision made it easy to see things in the dimensions of the web page and what our site would look like. It’s great for seeing a semifinal product.
Co-founder & CEO - Revelr
InVision is a great tool for design.
CEO - Nugit
For design feedback, we use InVision. It is great for starting discussion threads and feedback sessions.
Co-founder & CEO - Qwilr
We used InVision for all of our mockups of our product. We use it extensively before our developer start cutting any code.
Co-founder - Betterteam
We use InVision to share mockups and designs.
Founder & CEO - MyTime
For product design and comments, InVision is really good!
Founder & CEO - Pixc
We use InVision for design feedback. Our team can look at the project online, and leave comments right on the project.
Founder - HandUp
InVision is a beautiful tool. It’s great for looking at UI designs for our site.
Co-founder & CEO - WhereFor
InVision is used by our design team to communicate feedback with consultants. It also connects with JIRA, which has been very helpful.
Co-founder & CEO - LeafLink
InVision is an amazing tool. We’ve been using it more, and it’s quickly becoming essential.
VP Marketing - Extole
InVision is the big tool the design team uses to share and collaborate.
Marketing Manager - Shippo
We use InVision for playing with the app when high-fidelity mockups are ready.
Co-founder - Monarq
For design, we use Invision for handoff to engineers. You can literally hand off final versions to the engineers in InVision.
CEO - Zumper
We use InVision for mockups for products, and when product managers do work with the designers. A lot of designers swear by InVision.
Co-founder - Kinnek
We loved using InVision as we were building our site. It was awesome to be able to visualize the designs we had been hashing out with our developers, and InVision makes it really easy to comment in line and communicate with others.
Founder & CEO - Stacklist
I'm a big fan of InVision for its simplicity as a prototyping tool, and I appreciate the restraint in complexity.
Chief Design Officer & Co-founder - Zola
We use InVision for design prototypes and mockups.
President & Founder - SmarterU
InVision is a great tool for sharing mock-ups and designs with your team and collecting critical feedback. It has significantly reduced the number of emails we send to each other when working on new features, and has allowed us to iterate much faster.
Co-founder & CEO - sli.do
This is great for templating, mockups and wireframes.
Founder & CEO - Framed Data
InVision lets you create interactive mockups out of static screens. You upload images of your website or app (can even be scans and sketches) and then map out where people click and what screen it takes you to. Gives a good way to demo an app concept or test how people interact with your design.
Co-founder & Chief Creative Officer - Wellinks
InVision is very easy to use and low cost.
CEO - PureWow
We use InVision as a project management tool. It helps us see the progress of designs. I really like the UI, and the ability to comment on specific parts of the site. This has made our design process much easier and smoother, and I really appreciate the ability to provide easy feedback on specific issues.
Founder & CEO - Common
12%Stacklist Startups Are Using InVision
InVision is a project management tool for design collaboration. It’s all about getting a design and UX mock-up running with the least amount of friction. InVision enables companies to prototype web and mobile designs without needing to code each version. Some features include the instant transfer of code to an experimental model, easy in-app collaboration, and the ability to organize real-time presentations.
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/