Evernote uses InVision (http://invisionapp.com) prototypes to holistically design their products, and walk through not just screens, but how users will interact with their product over time.
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Here’s the transcript:
A lot of younger designers focus on a particular element of the page, and as they grow, you realize that it’s not necessarily about each individual element, but about how those elements relate to other elements.
After that you start realizing that it’s not even necessarily about how they fit on one page, but how those pages all connect to each other.
Design starts taking this extra dimension where it’s not necessarily about the space on a page, but the users walk through time with that product.
And that’s where InVision helps.
For me, InVision allows me to see what a user saw on one screen, and then three screens later, do we need to tell them that again?
How does the flow work?
A lot of these products that we’re making are really meaty and really complex
so InVision allows us to stream a bunch of stuff together, really complex messages, and allow us to see if those are working.