InVision is bringing Prototyping Tools within Sketch with Craft Prototype

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Having prototyping tools within Sketch is something I've been waiting for quite some time now. And it's finally here! Introducing Craft Prototype by InVision. Sketch is such a powerful tool for UI design, you can to explore your workflow to a newer level by being able to prototype using Craft. Give it a try so are we. We should probably share some of our tips soon on our overall experience, what do you think?

Within Craft on Sketch, you can simply add a hotspot to any layer in the project. Link it to an artboard with a destkop or mobile gesture and create transitions like: fading, sliding, rotating, and more. Once everything is ready, you can sync your screens to preview your work, share with your team, and collaborate in real time. This is pretty exciting!

With Craft Prototype, you’ll experience an unparalleled level of continuity between Sketch and InVision. By bringing your design and prototyping process together, work faster, collaborate more seamlessly, and stay focused to create more amazing products with your team.

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Product design is complex, but your workflow shouldn’t be. Bring unrivaled context and continuity to your workflow—and create better products—with Craft Prototype, now free as part of the Craft suite of plugins for Sketch and Photoshop.

To Get Started Now: Craft by InVision.

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François Hoang

Running by the name of François Hoang, I am the Editor and one of the writers on the blog. If you wanna request a feature, tweet me at @AoiroStudio.

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