Craft Prototype, from InVision

Design, prototype, and collaborate seamlessly

5.0/5
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Head of Product Design at Product Hunt

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 😉

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.

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Founder/CCO/CEO, Mecenato.co

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.

Pros:

Speeds up workflow dramatically

Cons:

Hotspot synching still has issues

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antonsten.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!

Graphic designer - Freelance

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.

Pros:

time saver for invision protypes - sketch libraries

Cons:

crashed a lot

The only constant is change.

my team thought we were all sharing the same library until we realized that we are just adding to our own in our own bubbles. absolutely useless.

Pros:

convenient, great UX

Cons:

craft library simply does not sync