• R. KamushkenR. Kamushken, 3 years ago

    I am just curious about thoughts of InvisionApp team while reading all this unsatisfied comments. Of course, in case they are listening to their users...

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    • C W, 3 years ago

      To be fair, it's in early access mode. I've also seen them comment in similar DN threads and elsewhere. They are definitely listening.

      Invision employs some really good designers that definitely care about the community. This space is very competitive at the moment, which they certainly know. Listening to users is crucial to coming out on top.

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      • Stephen OlmsteadStephen Olmstead, 3 years ago

        Thanks CW- this means a bunch to myself and the team! Always an open door here- have been really enjoying chatting with folks and linking them into the team thats directly working on this. Working on a visual tool is definitely a tall order, especially when you consider how much of a designers day is spent in that tool. It can't just be 'passable' it has to be career-enhancing. The faster/easier you're able to accomplish what you need to in your day-to-day the more value is derived from that tool. Our promise here is to be absolutely relentless in pursuing that optimized state. Forever growing, learning, evolving to fit that workflow.

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    • Stephen OlmsteadStephen Olmstead, 3 years ago

      Hey Kamushken- DEFINITELY listening here! I normally jump in quickly here but was traveling for all of yesterday- please forgive the delay here on my end. We're moving very quickly with Studio and continually prioritizing efforts based on user feedback and input during this Early Access phase.

      Not sure if you have access yet, but would love your feedback on our pace and level of delivery. In past few weeks there have been some significant additions including: timeline-based animation, enhanced scrolling content on art boards, looping controls, better vector handling, etc.

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      • barry saundersbarry saunders, almost 3 years ago

        I'm liking the responsive design support but I'm wondering if you plan to allow the ability to resize prototypes inside the invision website? Also, would be great to have the ability to do breakpoint-based reflow in prototypes. Percentage-based layouts are great for supporting multiple phone resolutions but less useful for designs that need to resize from desktop to mobile.

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      • R. KamushkenR. Kamushken, 3 years ago

        I would, in only case of having Windows version, LOL ))

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    • Charles PattersonCharles Patterson, 3 years ago

      We are always listening... not in a creepy way. In a caring, it matters to us, kinda way <3

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