InVision is the leading product design and development platform for teams building world-class digital products. Our platform and services enable creative collaboration across teams and geographies for improved speed to market and powerful business results.
InVision just launched a new guide, designed for anyone looking to invest and level up their teams. The Guide to Benchmarking Your Design System provides an insights-packed perspective on the design system industry, including data to sell skeptics on the importance of a design system, and tactical information on how InVision Design System Manager (DSM) can help grow your design system.
Business Thinking for Designers, written by Apple and Electronic Arts design veteran Ryan Rumsey, shares the essential vocabulary and strategies to effectively communicate with your business partners. The book provides tools, tips, and frameworks that you can put to work.
We asked Stephen Gates, Head Design Evangelist at InVision, some questions that get at the heart of why they’re passionate about enterprise design and design operations, what it’s like to work at InVision, and what makes their products and services special to enterprise professionals.
Every company wants to transform into something greater, but why do three-quarters of those efforts fail? Join Stephen Gates for an honest conversation about the challenges he sees in many companies when it comes to cross-functional collaboration. He will discuss the real scenarios that create problems, and the solutions he has implemented to solve for them. As the Head Design Evangelist at InVision, Stephen regularly works with teams around the world to elevate the impact of design at companies of all sizes and maturity levels.
A key part of AMEX’s success is that design is a true strategic partner, and not just an “add on.” The team has intentionally built a culture where design, engineering, and product, work together to listen to and solve customer problems.
Given the shift to working remotely, the approach to user research has had to change considerably. The AMEX team continues to keep their focus on the customer through remote forms of user testing, evolving their back room “labs” to a virtual platform.
Most of us have recently discovered that suddenly moving an entire team to a remote work environment exposes challenges with leadership, trust, process, infrastructure and more. Join Stephen Gates, Head Design Evangelist at InVision, for an honest conversation about short-circuit creativity, including the real causes, and solutions that can be implemented to overcome barriers to creativity and change.