• Cristian MoiseiCristian Moisei, 2 years ago

    For an app to increase efficiency by 50% it would have to:

    a. not have any new (as compared to existing software) bugs of problems to hold you back. b. understand and rethink the process to such an extent that you can on the whole be 50% more efficient.

    I can't trust InVision to do a simple app where you upload images and click on them properly. So I think he has a point.

    19 points
    • John Jackson, 2 years ago

      The "50%" was arbitrary. The point is that if you refuse to try a tool because "it took too long," you're selling yourself short.

      8 points
      • Cristian MoiseiCristian Moisei, 2 years ago

        That's a fair point, I'll try it to when they decide to release it, but I understand his frustration and skepticism with InVision too.

        4 points
        • Nixson Sysanga, 2 years ago

          I would reserve judgement until you get to try it out first hand.

          2 points
          • Cristian MoiseiCristian Moisei, 2 years ago

            Of course, I am not criticising the product, but rather sympathising with the skepticism around it and criticising the company that makes it + those of their products that I did try first hand.

            1 point
    • Stefano TirloniStefano Tirloni, 2 years ago

      More efficiency by 50% mean that I’m going to work 3 days out of 5 every week. yay!

      0 points