• Robert AniteiRobert Anitei, over 7 years ago

    Right when the beta for Adobe's Comet (Experience Design CC) was released.

    29 points
  • Thomas Michael SemmlerThomas Michael Semmler, over 7 years ago

    invision acquires them all.

    7 points
    • Robert AniteiRobert Anitei, over 7 years ago

      That's right, a few moths ago Macaw and now Silver Flows, what's next?

      2 points
      • Mike A.Mike A., over 7 years ago

        Not only Macaw but also Napkin and Waybury (Relay, Iconic). And it's only this year ;) They have a shitload of investors money to buy 'em all.

        3 points
  • Nick Matarese, over 7 years ago

    Really hoping Silver Flows doesn't rely on InVisions cloud. The fact that Silver Flows was integrated directly into Sketch and didn't rely on the cloud was the most exciting part for me.

    6 points
  • Manny Larios, over 7 years ago

    I've been waiting to try out Silver Flows for quite some time: looks like I'll have to wait a little bit longer. I've been loving what inVision has been putting out lately, so I'm sure it'll be worth the wait :)

    5 points
  • Scott Brown, over 7 years ago

    Wow, nice move InVision!

    5 points
  • tony wtony w, over 7 years ago

    About time I'd say! Really going heavy on Craft. Let's hope it performs.

    4 points
  • Robin RaszkaRobin Raszka, over 7 years ago (edited over 7 years ago )

    They are becoming Adobe, and Adobe sucks.

    2 points
    • Andy StoneAndy Stone, over 7 years ago

      Not sure that I understand your sentiment here.

      If you mean that they are becoming the original Adobe of the 1990s making products for designers and creatives all under one roof, then I would agree. But, very few people thought that Adobe sucked back then.

      If you mean that they are becoming the modern-day Adobe with overpriced products, feature bloat, and a misunderstanding of what contemporary digital designers need, then I have to disagree. Invision continues to make my job and my designers' jobs easier every time that they release something new.

      Craft is absolutely amazing. Motion looks incredible. And they're releasing these features into the wild for free right now.

      13 points
      • Sky WinstonSky Winston, over 7 years ago

        At the end of the video announcement, they say "Invision, Craft, and Sketch... the product design platform of the future is already here".

        That's a bit cheeky though, given that Motion was announced 6 months ago as "Coming Soon", and Inspect was announced 7 months ago, and has just entered into private beta.

        Is anyone concerned about this, or does InVision's track record for shipping ease your mind?

        0 points
        • Brian ZaikBrian Zaik, over 7 years ago

          In general I agree with your concern, but I also see some recent signs that they understand this concern and are working to improve their track record of delivery. The recent iOS app and frequent Craft 1.0 updates give me some more hope. But we will have to wait and see.

          0 points
      • Robin RaszkaRobin Raszka, over 7 years ago

        I think you are very confused.

        4 points
  • Shahzeb KhanShahzeb Khan, over 7 years ago

    What is the software used for the "motion design" part of the video?

    0 points
  • Berend Holtland, over 7 years ago

    I really really hope they are going to support Android devices!!

    0 points
  • Tim HelbergTim Helberg, over 7 years ago

    I like where this is going.

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

    Great news. My biggest question is - when will we have access to it?

    Motion was announced last September, still nothing.

    In the meantime, I've taken up Principle for interactive prototyping.

    I'm quite keen to have everything in one environment as SilverFlows promises, but the clock is ticking here.

    Finally, I would happily pay for a Sketch monthly subscription. It's a shame that the team that is at the central focus of the ecosystem to unseat Adobe (in prototyping) - is not sharing as heavily in the upside. Plus, it's money that could go into running a more mature software company.

    0 points
    • Xavier BertelsXavier Bertels, over 7 years ago

      Money is not the only issue in scaling a software company. Adobe has a bucketload of cash and yet they cannot seem to produce anything modern, worthy of release. I like Bohemian Coding just the way they are right now :-)

      0 points
  • Maximilian HennebachMaximilian Hennebach, over 7 years ago

    I predicted that! https://twitter.com/maexco/status/706759638432260096

    0 points