Craft Prototype, from InVision

Design, prototype, and collaborate seamlessly

5.0/5
4 Reviews
 +1 review
  • Julie DelanoyDesign at Product Hunt
    Pros: 

    Really easy to update screens on Invision directly from Sketch. The library feature is also great!

    Cons: 

    Sometimes makes Sketch crash and that can be both annoying and scary.

    I mostly use Craft for syncing with Invision and the library to always have the last update for the colors and text styles of our style guide. It's really useful, and I can't complain except when it makes Sketch suddenly crash. At first, I thought this was a Sketch problem, but after looking into it, I learned that Craft could be sometimes instable. Still, it's worth the risk 😉

  • André Bose do AmaralFounder/CCO/CEO, Mecenato.co
    Pros: 

    Speeds up workflow dramatically

    Cons: 

    Hotspot synching still has issues

    Am a recent convert to Sketch + Craft, and the connection to InVision raises productivity dramatically. Large files with lots of artboards/hotspots still face issues synching up, though, which is a bit annoying.

    André Bose do Amaral has used this product for one month.
  • Domitille HaffnerGraphic designer - Freelance
    Pros: 

    time saver for invision protypes - sketch libraries

    Cons: 

    crashed a lot

    I use craft a lot to link my screens in sketch before sending them to invision to make a prototype out of it. Very easy to use and very intuitive. I also use the craft library, I save a lot time with this too. My only bad review is that Craft makes sketch crashed quite a lot. You absolutly need to do updates when suggested.

    Domitille Haffner has used this product for one year.
  • Anton Stenantonsten.com
    Pros: 

    I've struggled getting Invision incorporated into my workflow in the past. With it's direct connection to Sketch, it just *works*. Magic!