Switch to Studio

Learn design & prototyping workflows with InVision Studio

Switch to Studio is a free video course teaching a variety of tips and tricks for designing and prototyping inside of InVision Studio.

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👋 Howdy PH After several months of video production, design, and development, I’m excited to get this out into the world. Switch to Studio is a free video course produced by me and paid for by the Design Forward Fund from InVision. (I applied for a grant for this through their site, fyi.) The course is broken up into multiple “Studio Sprints” containing 3–5 video lessons all related to one specific Sprint topic. There are 4 Sprints available right now with 5 more on the way, which will be released in subsequent months. 🛠 Tools Used - InVision Studio for all video content design and marketing site design - Quicktime & ScreenFlow for screen recordings and Final Cut Pro for final edits. ✋ If you have any questions, hit reply — I’ll be around all day! Thanks for checking it out and happy prototyping! Special thanks to the InVision crew who helped me out at various points through the project: - Stephen Olmstead - Hilary Shirazi - Kristin Hillery - Andy Orsow - Justin Jones - Vicky Couturier - and last, but certainly not least… Mr. Kris Puckett
@mds 👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻 Congrats for the launch once again 🔥
@antoineplu Thanks so much!
I feel like this series was a double-treat for us in that: 1) it's a free and in-depth walkthrough of a very blossomed and exciting InVision Studio, and 2) it's an over-the-shoulder look at the workflow of a great designer, even if it's just quick and dirty. Love the side comments that MDS drops that take us into his thought-process as he's putting together the screens. 💯 Thanks for putting in the effort to make this available! Gotta say, Studio has come a long way since the beginning of the year. Exciting sign of things to come!
@alirtariq Thanks so much Ali! This means a lot as I made the decision early on not to be extremely polished in the delivery. I feel like I always learn more when I get a little more candor mixed in, instead of extreme polish—everything is already perfectly prepared—etc., so I tried to straddle the line of advanced preparation + originality in the delivery. Thanks for noticing. 😊

Matt is someone who's used to teach tools and techniques with great ease. If you want to learn InVision Studio, then it's definitely the right place to start, and it's FREE!


Clear and concise videos, very well explained


Hard to find something, maybe the lack of example? But more are coming soon

Matt is an incredible teacher and designer. Studio is such a powerful tool, that is just getting started.


Learn from one of the best in the world? Um, yes please.