The Best of InVision
10+ most popular InVision articles, as voted by our community.
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InVision on Addiction
Nir Eyal wants you to stop blaming technology
Nir Eyal, author of “Indistractable” and “Hooked” about the designer’s moral obligation.
InVision on Atomic Design
The unicorn workflow: design to code with Atomic Design principles and Sketch
Atomic Design using Sketch is the future of product design.
InVision on Creative Burnout
How I beat creative burnout
The best way to handle burnout is to ensure it doesn’t happen in the first place.
We asked 7 product designers how they avoid creative burnout
If you’ve ever felt like the days are on a repeating loop, or that your creative spark plugs have gone dead, rest assured—you’re not alone, nor is the problem a new one.
InVision on Design Sprints
How to get business value from a design sprint
Nathan Kinch shares 3 activities teams should add to their design sprints.
InVision on Hand Lettering
The art of hand lettering by Dina Rodriguez
We sat down with Dina to find out more about her process, dealing with client feedback, and how her marketing background makes her a great designer.
Tricks that will help you learn hand lettering
Artist Dina Rodriguez shares her top 5 tips for new letterers.
InVision on Podcasts
The films, books, and podcasts that inspire design leaders
What inspires the inspirational? We compiled a list of books, films, podcasts, and activities the world's top design leaders told us they love.
InVision on Product Design
The world’s most powerful screen design tool
Built with a deep understanding of screen design, InVision Studio elevates your craft with rapid prototyping, animation, built-in design systems, and more.
InVision on Split Testing
A/B and see: a beginner's guide to A/B testing
Just Eat Senior Product Designer Kevin Stone discusses what A/B testing is, why you should do it, and its limitations.
InVision on User Research
A beginner’s guide to guerrilla research
This is the user research method that even the most budget-conscious stakeholders can get behind.
User research isn't too expensive
It's not too time-consuming, either. The Signal design team shares their guerrilla approach to conducting user research on a tight budget.
InVision on UX
The user experience of blockchain
Blockchain will have a massive impact on banking, digital identity, smart contracts, digital voting, and decentralized notary. So what does this mean for designers?
A beginner’s guide to customer journey maps
A look into the makings of and reasoning behind customer journey maps.
These are some all-time favorites with Refind users.
How do you decide what to build?
In this excerpt from Making a Product Designer, Scott Hurff talks about the first step of turning research data into an actual product.
An oral history of the hamburger icon (from the people who were there)
It was 1981. Computing was in its infancy. And the designers at Xerox needed a solution…
Are personas ruining your product?
Designers perhaps rely too much on personas, and use them as an excuse to not talk to real, actual users. Here's why you might want to stop using personas.
Organize your mind’s way of thinking with mind maps
Organize you and your team’s way of thinking with mind maps. InVision’s Mind Map Guide and free Mind Map Template for Freehand, the digital whiteboard, is the perfect place to start.
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