The team at Twitter uses InVision (http://invisionapp.com) to open up their design process company-wide. And worldwide.
InVision is the world’s leading product design collaboration platform, trusted by more than 1.5 million designers at companies like Uber, Netflix and Twitter. InVision empowers teams of all sizes to prototype, review, iterate, manage and test web and mobile apps—all without a single line of code.
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Here’s the transcript:
Our company is probably a little atypical, in that we are entirely transparent with the work that we do here.
If something is being done on one area of our product in one corner of the company in San Francisco, somebody working on another area of the product across the world in Germany may need access to it.
And should have access to it.
There are no boundaries at Twitter.
It’s an entirely transparent company.
And one thing that’s nice is InVision allows us to really show everything to everybody in one nice, clean, understandable format.
That’s one of the things that we’re really focused on here.
Especially the larger you get, being able to clearly communicate and document the work so everybody knows what’s happening is a pretty important feature.
For me, InVision is a prototyping tool.
And it’s a communication tool.
And it’s a way that people can really collaborate and get feedback on the designs
and design process.
Saves us a ton of emails that clutter people’s inboxes.
It saves us a ton of suboptimal sharing systems that we’ve used throughout the years.
And it really gets all of our best work in one place for the entire company to see.
It’s let us concentrate on doing the real work, and not the plumbing.
InVision is a window into everything that’s being designed within Twitter.