InVision Studio for UI Designers

Greg Rog, learnux.io

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20 Lessons (2h 54m)
    • 1. Welcome to Studio

      3:29
    • 2. Interface roundup

      9:02
    • 3. Navigating on canvas

      7:17
    • 4. Working with colors

      9:47
    • 5. Artboard settings

      9:22
    • 6. Working with vectors

      11:21
    • 7. Working with images

      8:08
    • 8. Components in Studio

      5:45
    • 9. Positioning elements

      13:16
    • 10. Applying positions to layout

      4:21
    • 11. Creating animations

      10:01
    • 12. Easing in animation

      3:51
    • 13. Animating first artboards

      6:51
    • 14. Looping the animations

      8:01
    • 15. Details screen

      14:31
    • 16. Renting a car

      11:17
    • 17. Rapid Prototyping

      13:55
    • 18. Filters screen

      9:59
    • 19. Previewing prototype

      12:28
    • 20. That's it for now

      0:52
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About This Class

InVision Studio isn't just another app for UI design. It's a complete solution for bringing your project from its early shape to a high fidelity prototype together with outstanding animations. Having it all under the hood of InVision platform lets you go even further. You can easily preview the prototypes on devices, share them with your clients and get their feedback as well as set up an easy handoff for your developer. Oh, and Studio is both for macOS and Windows. Plus, it's completely free.

  • Studio tools and shortcuts
  • Practical app workflow
  • Working with Components
  • Animating your UI in Studio
  • Creating microinteractions
  • Export, preview, and handoff

Basics in a breeze

Soon you'll find out that Studio is probably one of the easiest tools to master and most of the functions are simple and intuitive. Especially if you've previously used Sketch, a transition to Studio is painless and all the tools and shortcuts work just as expected. This is why we won't spend much time explaining the interface, rather than jump right into creating a practical design in Studio. As you will find out this is the most effective and rewarding way of discovering Studio.

It just works

The overall user experience of Studio is great. There are dozens of little things that just work, without bothering you. You might even think - what is there to learn? Everything is so simple. Thanks to this, the learning curve that you're about to take is focused on effective workflow, rather than the tool itself. My aim is to show you the tips and tricks to work even faster, better and more efficient.

One fits all

This is one of the rare examples where one solution gives you a spectrum of possibilities. For most of the time, you won't have to leave InVision Studio. Even though you can create seamless transitions and advanced animations in your UI, the software itself feels light and responsive. We'll explore different parts of your workflow, from initial sketches to a detailed design, to a prototype working on devices. All without leaving Studio.

Leverage the platform

InVision Platform is much more than Studio. Thanks to its capabilities you'll be able to easily export and share the prototypes and edit them after the rounds of feedback from your client or project owners. We'll explore those options together with the handoff capabilities and creating automated specs for developers.

Design elements

In the course, I will explain the usage of colors, typography, grid and other basic UI design concepts combined with the tools and workflows available in Studio. We'll focus on the correct setup, creation of the Components and other good habits that will help you in professional UI design process.

Create beautiful UI

In the course, I'd like to showcase Studio workflow based on a practical UI project of a Supercar Rental app. Thanks to this approach I'll be able to show you a step-by-step design process in Studio that is closer to real life example.