It wouldn't be a normal day without some InVision propaganda.
head on over to Dribbble to watch the feedback roll in
and everything in between
"Love the colors."
I don't really see how this would enhance my workflow. Posting to Dribbble is a fairly infrequent task and when I do, it's much more considered than a quick post from a 3rd party app... unless it defers my posting for a later date... Drubbbler....
it's not about enhancing your workflow, it's about adding a linkback to Invision's site on Dribbble shots. #growthhacking
I love how they are working really hard to make new features. However just as Jeff said, this doesn't really help with workflow, which is more important.
Their last update got rid of the list view which was so annoying for people like me who works on hundreds of mockups. It was back this morning. However, now it becomes so buggy. Edit: A designer reached out to me immediately after I post about the bug on User Experience Design Slack group. Thumbs up for that :)
I love using InVision and it's my go-to tool and I really hope they can focus on making it easier for designers to work.
It's a lot better than Flinto which hasn't been updated since October 2014. I'm locked in to the subscription because some of my clients are still using the prototypes that I built. Should have gone with InVision, for sure.
Invision everywhere =\
For a brief moment before clicking the article I hoped they implemented prototypes right into dribbble..
FWIW, I like it. Thanks, InVision. I've posted a shot using this already.
Be taking advantage of the six month trial of InVision. Yay!