8 comments

  • Clark Valberg, over 7 years ago

    Thanks for the love guys - we're really excited bout this launch..

    You can use Tours to...

    • Walk stakeholders through an entire experience, and focus attention on key elements

    • Provide design insight / rationale

    • Call out specific details for targeted feedback (a great way to say “Help, please” to your copywriter)

    • Highlight updates you made based on previous feedback

    • Present designs or iterations that aren’t ready for, or don’t need a full prototype

    • Create quick this-or-that tests: “Which do you like better? This one or that one?”

    ... and a whole lot more

    Would love to hear how you make it part of your workflow -- drop me a line anytime - clark@invisionapp.com

    4 points
  • Anthony Nguyen, over 7 years ago

    We use Invision a lot for internal check-ins, walkthroughs, etc. This seems like a natural evolution of what the tool is currently used for. Excited to give it a try.

    2 points
  • Julian Lozano, over 7 years ago

    This is amazing, this saves much time for designers. Keep doing rad work!

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  • Jon MyersJon Myers, over 7 years ago (edited over 7 years ago )

    This is FANTASTIC.

    Again, saving designers and design teams from painful, time sucking inflection points in the design process.

    I really love the product, and am thoroughly impressed with the execution of this company, and am a happy paying customer.

    One thing I would love to see Invision address in the future.

    The next natural phase of a design project.

    Design to coding collaboration.

    I would love to be able to collaborate with front-end developers translating designs to code in the same fashion.

    Ingest a series of HTML, and related files hosted somewhere or host/ stage the files being coded within my Invision project.

    From there, one could comment on top of the pages in the same fashion. Further define interactions, which need developed. Check the integrity of the coded layout against the design comps. Inspect fonts, colors, dimensions, utilize developer tools, which evaluate the responsive versions of these coded layouts, and so on.

    That process is just as painful, and as far as I know, there is not a solution such as Invision out there.

    It's the same old, screen shot, drop into photoshop, annotate, drop in whatever process and business tools you have and repeat.

    I have considered developing such a tool myself, but.... time. :)

    0 points
  • Dominic SebastianDominic Sebastian, over 7 years ago

    I read this as I woke up and thought they were announcing tour dates... Need. Coffee

    0 points
  • Cody IddingsCody Iddings, over 7 years ago

    Amazing! Super stoked

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  • Charlie PrattCharlie Pratt, over 7 years ago

    CAN. NOT. WAIT. This makes so much sense in today's business environments.

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