InVision Studio App Maker Program(invisionapp.com)

over 3 years ago from Kris Puckett, Design Community Manager

  • Nick MNick M, over 3 years ago

    Studio has pretty much all the features I can think we'd use and more! But its still pretty slow and breaks down with just a few simple screens. Im sure in time it'll get faster, but its still Figma for us.

    I love that windows is being considered, but I still wonder what the master plan is here. Are these tools just racing to cover adobe's lost real estate of the desktop? that doesn't seem like a long term strategy. What if Apple shakes the earth and makes the desktop irrelevant. or if VR/AR start taking off, will 3D be the new screen design.

    Currently, web tools excite our team, because of the limitless access. I have so many more important things to do than install software, keep it up to date, worry about it breaking my work. With every plugin we use, we increase our dependency on another 3rd party, if support stops or the Application pivots our workflow is disturbed.

    Studio is exciting, and more competition is always good for consumers. I just hope that the game that tools companies are playing is sustainable.

    7 points
    • Andy StoneAndy Stone, over 3 years ago

      What if Apple shakes the earth and makes the desktop irrelevant. or if VR/AR start taking off, will 3D be the new screen design.

      I think this is a super interesting sentiment, but building for the "existing" systems will still be important for many years to come. Thinking about adoption within enterprise companies, the "desktop" will be a mainstay in business until at least 2025. I know that is a huge declaration, but maybe we can set a reminder for mid-2024 so you can let me know that I was totally off base.

      4 points
      • Nick MNick M, over 3 years ago

        You're totally right. The desktop is here to stay for a while. I just hope its not design that holds back the digital evolution because our tools are the problem.

        0 points