17 comments

  • Edgar Chaparro, over 3 years ago (edited over 3 years ago )

    Having the ability to do all of this all within Sketch is truly a Game Changer! Great Tutorial man I can't wait to see how Craft keeps changing the game!

    3 points
  • Dave HawkinsDave Hawkins, over 3 years ago

    Wish there was a web view for these prototypes, nice tutorial though.

    2 points
    • Pablo Stanley, over 3 years ago

      Yeah. Hopefully, they release an easy way to share prototypes you create on Sketch. Thank you!

      0 points
    • Ernest Ojeh, over 3 years ago

      Yeah, they could add an "export to Invision" option.

      0 points
      • Dave HawkinsDave Hawkins, over 3 years ago (edited over 3 years ago )

        I emailed InVision support about this a couple of weeks back and got a very vague answer about them taking feedback on it so I wouldn't expect it anytime soon. Seems crazy that this wouldn't be their main end goal.

        0 points
  • Jesse C.Jesse C., over 3 years ago

    That was one of the better walkthroughs of Craft—and there's definitely no shortage of them. It was easy to follow.

    1 point
  • Johan Ronsse, over 3 years ago

    Looks great but also looks very likely to break with a Sketch update. I'm not sure I would want to depend on this for my daily work.

    1 point
    • Ivan BozicIvan Bozic, over 3 years ago

      If this turns out to be so important, there is no reason to update Sketch as soon as it comes out. When a Sketch update comes out, just wait until Invision updates Craft and that's it.

      3 points
  • Sergio Escalante Espinosa, over 3 years ago

    I need to know, when can i use this!?!? :P

    1 point
  • Cody IddingsCody Iddings, over 3 years ago (edited over 3 years ago )

    Questions:

    • Does this just mirror to your phone via Invision Viewer app?
    • What if you want to send someone the prototype?
    • How does this play with your normal Invision account? Is that entirely a separate experience? Do the screens automatically get uploaded to a project?
    1 point
    • Pablo Stanley, over 3 years ago
      • Yes, that's how you use it for now. I don't know if they'll have a preview window for desktop in the future.
      • Right now the prototypes only live on the “launchpad” of the mobile App. I couldn't find a way to share the prototype. Maybe that's just something that will be fixed when it's out for everyone.
      • The prototypes I create with the plugin don't appear on my normal prototypes, so yeah, for now, it looks like it is a separate experience.
      • The screens get mirrored while you're designing and have the iOS viewer plugged in. Here's a Screenshot of the launchpad
      2 points
      • Duncan RussellDuncan Russell, over 3 years ago

        Surely the "preview window" for desktop would just be the regular Invision link opened in a web browser?

        All this does is let you set up an Invision prototype (which exists on the web) from within Sketch, I believe.

        0 points
  • Carolina Castellanos, over 3 years ago

    So excited for this! Being able to prototype from Sketch it's like a dream. Thanks Pablo for sharing this great tutorial. Very helpful!

    1 point
  • Pablo Stanley, over 3 years ago

    Source File of the sketch file used in the video: https://www.dropbox.com/s/evnuve129pe18ae/craft-prototype.sketch?dl=0

    0 points