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Here’s the transcript:
Our design process has always evolved around this idea of storyboarding.
Really a frame-by-frame movie of the user experience.
How do we share that?
But most importantly, how do we get that feedback?
And get the feedback in context?
Because using an email with these vague references to the solution, they’re very easy to misinterpret.
Really frustrating, really difficult problem.
And along comes InVision.
We can now still use that same storyboard process, but now we can get very precise feedback.
Everyone’s on it.
And that’s not just design, that’s engineering, that’s product managers, QA, Support.
Because it’s not just important to that Designer to get that feedback and to hear those comments and get those questions.
Everyone needs to understand the thinking behind it.
And that’s really changed the way we design.
There’s this shared understanding, shared thinking about the decisions that we’re making on a global scale.
These days, I’m not doing hands on design anymore.
And so my job really is to give feedback and give direction to people.
And the only way I can do that now is through InVision.
That’s the last tool I’ll get rid of.
It’s absolutely been essential to us and now we just can’t live without it.