• Stephen Olmstead, over 5 years ago

    Hey DN - excited to let you know we’re introducing a new content type inside of InVision today alongside Prototypes and Boards; we call them Freehands.

    Introducing the Freehand content type in InVision!

    The Freehand format was introduced via Craft a few months back and we've been blown away A) by how quickly it has been adopted into design workflows and B) by how many unique scenarios the tool provides value in. Here’s a few fun ways we’ve been seeing it used today:

    It’s live on all InVision accounts today. Check out the use cases above, give it a go here, and let us know what you think. :)

    15 points
  • Pablo StanleyPablo Stanley, over 5 years ago

    This looks awesome! Gonna try sketching comics with it! lol

    6 points
  • George Bartz, over 5 years ago

    I created a test project for my team at work and this is what happened.

    All in all, it works great and can see this being apart of my workflow. We have a handful of remote employees and pointing a camera at a whiteboard hasn't been very successful.

    4 points
  • Kyle UnzickerKyle Unzicker, over 5 years ago

    me: reads 'Introducing F...' omg can it be?? '...reehand'

    also me: invision pls

    (p.s. Freehand looks neat, can't wait to try it!)

    3 points
  • Philip LesterPhilip Lester, over 5 years ago

    There's a lot of bugs in the Invision web app. It's cool to see these new feature releases, but part of me wishes your team focused on making the core product as good as possible instead of adding new feature after new feature.

    2 points
    • Stephen Olmstead, over 5 years ago

      Hey Philip I hear you loud and clear. Oftentimes it can be difficult to show all the work that's going on in the background. Recently we've been doing a 'spring cleaning' of sorts on the backend of things. Optimizing/cleaning code, retiring unused services, and overall leaning out the stack a bit. This is a herculean effort that you'll see results from incrementally over the coming weeks/months and culminating in a major architectural optimization at the end.

      We'll try to do a better job of communicating this 'less showy' work in the meantime as I know feature releases can sometimes have the effect of up-leveling fears that core architecture aren't getting as much attention. I assure you thats not the case here. Happy to chat more by phone, email, or carrier pigeon if you feel so inclined. :) Hit me at stephen[at]invisionapp.com and we'll make it happen. Thanks for your trust and patience as we seek to continually improve!

      1 point
      • Agnes Be, over 5 years ago

        hmm, sounds good but I'm a bit sceptical -there are so many little usability bugs, which are so obvious and frustrating and making working with core invision features super inefficient - and there has been literally no progress on that since years

        1 point
        • Stephen Olmstead, over 5 years ago

          Agnes- I just chatted with product team this morning and you should have an email in your inbox right now from that team. They want to dig in and find out directly which bits are still plaguing you so we can make life better sooner than later. Thx!

          1 point
      • Philip LesterPhilip Lester, over 5 years ago

        Stephen, I really appreciate the reply. I realize it may have just been my perception, and not what's actually going on behind the scenes. Great to hear that the core product has not been forgotten :)

        0 points
  • John PJohn P, over 5 years ago

    Got excited thinking Macromedia Freehand was back for a second.

    1 point
  • Matt D. SmithMatt D. Smith, over 5 years ago

    I may finally have a reason to break down and by a stylus or wacom or whatever the cool kids are using... Looks dope!

    1 point
  • Jason PerezJason Perez, over 5 years ago

    hi clark


    0 points