• Jan SemlerJan Semler, over 3 years ago

    Thats invision biggest problem, the lack of transparency, the really bad communication and of course their overestimation of their own capabilities.

    I wrote them also because i currently writing my second edition of my book. I wanted to write a review for studio side by side with adobe xd and sketch. It is a hardcover booke selled in europe.

    It is like: hey i write a book which will be published by a big publisher in europe it is a book about app design i would put you in, for free, so that 5.000 readers might install your app and pay for invision.

    Nope, just received an standard mail, wrote back no answers.

    6 points
    • Joe BlackJoe Black, over 3 years ago

      You can put Figma either in your book instead of Studio. ain't no reason to keep the book in preproduction awaiting for possible release of studio in 2019 :)

      5 points
    • brian sheridan, over 3 years ago

      Have you ever tried https://www.fluidui.com? well worth a mention in your book I think. Though I am a little biased.

      1 point
    • Andrew C, over 3 years ago

      I doubt a InVision would want their beta/v1 of Studio be judged toe-to-toe with Sketch or Adobe XD, which have had years to invest in features.

      Figma has been moving fast, but they had a lot of work to do at launch as well.

      0 points
      • Account deleted over 3 years ago

        That's adobes fault for killing fireworks and not replacing it for years. #stillbitter

        2 points
      • Jan SemlerJan Semler, over 3 years ago

        The book is about app design, so all tools are pretty similar. with the current scope of functions of Invision studio it would be the clear winner. I have clear points that I name in the book, I go to advantages and obstacles as well as to the peculiarities of the programs. and yes i think invision will want that, who does not want free advertising.

        0 points