InVision Studio App Maker Program(

5 years ago from Kris Puckett, Design Community Manager

  • Ryan Hicks, 5 years ago

    Wouldn't it make sense to make the software stable first? You know something you could actually use in a production environment before opening the software up for 3rd party development.

    24 points
    • Scott SavarieScott Savarie, 5 years ago

      Hey Ryan,

      We're definitely working on stabilizing the app and are pretty close to coming out of Beta. The nice thing about the size of the Studio team is we have the resources to work on multiple streams of work at a team. So while we have multiple people focused on hardening up the app and improving perf, we also have another team of people dedicated to getting our app ecosystem off the ground.

      10 points
    • Jrtorrents Dorman , 5 years ago

      i upvoted you but can’t we walk and chew gumat the same time?

      3 points
      • Ryan Hicks, 5 years ago

        I don't disagree with you, but with INV's track record in fixing bugs in their system. Let's just say my faith is a bit lower than others, maybe.

        6 points
        • Charles PattersonCharles Patterson, 5 years ago

          The juggle is real. On the one side — we have a product that people are still using, and we're upholding that whilst at the same time we've completely rebuilt it using different technology. In the long run this will enable us to move faster and ship features for you lovely lot. Once we've got the new system (v7) up and running, we're going to be able to move much, much faster, build tighter product and add more features. Thanks for hanging in there and being patient with us <3

          5 points
          • Lee Fuhr, 5 years ago

            It's been very literal years of that promise. I have dusty email chains with support to attest to that. Surely some shiny new revenue chain or branding opportunity will come along and pull the focus away from core UX, features, and stability.


            1 point