Export to InVision with assets to support "Motion" and prototyping (like Craft)
I would like Adobe XD to be able to export/sync to InVision to support "Motion".
"Motion" is a closed beta at Invision that supports micro animations/interactions – similar functionality to what thirdparty apps/services like Atomic, Marvel and Flinto has to offer.
By enabling Adobe XD to export its assets to Invision in such a way that "Motion" inside InVision can be applied to the XD wireframes/prototypes/designs inside InVision.
Preferably XD export to InVision should support sync, perhaps via Dropbox.
PS. For the long run XD could add "Motion" functionality inside XD and thus reverse sync the motions from Invision "Motion" back to the XD files and the integration would be both ways.
I am aware of XD's own prototyping, but like @Armando Scuro mentioned some clients prefer Invision as it has better overlays, fluid design, comment mode, etc..
A +1 for me.
Thanks, Armando. Can you add your vote and any comments to this request: https://adobexd.uservoice.com/forums/353007-adobe-xd-feature-requests/suggestions/17415841-support-invision
Thanks for the explanation of your need and for the kind words!
Armando Scuro commented
So I have used Invision in the past with Sketch, and there I was able to upload either Sketch or PSD file to Invision and prototype from there.
now I'm a big fan of prototyping in XD but some clients prefer Invision as they are more used to it, and it allows comments download in Excel format. additionally Invision atm has a better overlays and fixed elements features which some clients might nitpick on.
So as such an integration with Invision in that regard might really add a lot to the workflow.
Thanks a lot and appreciate all the hardwork that goes to making XD what it is
This is needed
Rulótico González commented
Zach Bruce commented
I agree with David Knell's comment below. I'm using InVision for prototyping my designs until Xd's Prototype mode is feature complete with modals, hotspot templates (e.g. nav bars you don't have to keep rebuilding on each page), and better desktop / responsive web handling.
David Knell commented
Rather than Adobe spending time on this, I'd rather have Adobe spend time on the features that will make InVision no longer needed: hover interactions, animated transitions, hotspot templates (or rather, links perpetuating across all instances of a symbol, which makes more sense in XD and is even better than hotspot templates anyway).
+1, please help! :D
Also need support other prototyping tools ie. Framer, Atomic, Proto.io, Principle as XD's prototyping capacity is quite limited...
I use XD for LF, quick & simple prototyping, and use Framer or Atomic for HF & complex prototyping.
Zach Bruce commented
I'm pretty sure Adobe is competing with InVision...
Integration should be invision
Like Photoshop and Sketch , xD can work closely with Invision to support xD assets , because hardly anyone uses photoshop for Ui Devlopment