UX has been something more and more requested by businesses, and it isn’t a surprise why they do so. Netflix, Pinterest, and Slack are some of the companies that proved how much of a difference UX could make in a company’s revenue and overall brand loyalty.
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I discovered Invision when I was in my last year of University. I needed a tool that would allow me to test a medium-fi prototype and preferably, a free one. Invision was the ideal choice, and to this day it remains the first tool that comes to my mind in these situations.
But since that period, Invision became much more than a mere online tool to prototype; it became a company that understands and supports designers and design practitioners.
Every day we spend a minimum of 90 minutes online. I’m not talking about those who are online junkies or have to be online for work purposes (which is mostly everyone I know).
How many times have you had a bad internet connection or bad service on your phone? And how many of those times have you gotten completely pissed off because you had to start over again?