Welcome Overflow 1.0! (blog.overflow.io)

22 days ago from

The world’s first user flow diagramming tool tailored for designers is now enhanced with new team features, while seamlessly integrated with Sketch, Figma, and Adobe XD to help users quickly turn static designs into playable user flow diagrams that tell a story.

Learn more: http://bit.ly/dn_overflowapp


  • Weston VierreggerWeston Vierregger, 18 days ago

    24 upvotes, no comments

    edit: 40 upvotes, the only comments are critical

    5 points
  • Dan BerkoDan Berko, 15 days ago

    This is one of my favorite tools.

    Glad I can finally be a paying customer! :)

    1 point
  • Rey AlejandroRey Alejandro, 13 days ago

    Been using overflow lately, really quick and useful when trying to communicate with the developers and the whole team.

    1 point
  • Philip A, 17 days ago

    The images don't seem to load in Safari for me, quite strange.

    0 points
  • Peleg RedPeleg Red, 12 days ago

    What is the case to use this tool when you got tools like invision?

    0 points
    • Ronnie NielsenRonnie Nielsen, 11 days ago

      The best feature for me is the ability to create a user flow which has visible connection points between screens, giving you the ability to see your entire flow map on a macro level . Another cool feature is the ability to sync Artboards directly from Sketch / UX, allowing you to make updates to your screens, while retaining connection points.

      To me this is the best product on the market for creating user flows with connecting lines on hi-fi mock ups.

      Invision is far better at doing the clickable prototypes, commenting, reviews/progress, and spec exporting. (IMO)

      1 point