Coursera uses InVision (http://invisionapp.com) through every phase in their design and development process to keep everyone on the same page, and get others up to speed quickly.
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Here’s the transcript:
We use InVision as a central hub for everything we do in our design process
from initial wireframes to getting feedback from people in our own team, design team, product
all the way to actually working with engineers on working out the small kinks, specking out what we’re trying to create,
sharing assets, sharing source files, and ultimately, after launch, we use InVision as a way of pointing out a lot of the small issues that might be happening.
So it acts as one place that everyone can go to, and we don’t have to try to have some onboarding documentation.
It’s been a really great way to just bring everyone together in one platform.
I can’t really imagine what it would be like to solve the problems that we’re trying to solve today if we didn’t have a tool like InVision.