Emmanuel Henri goes through the major requirements for this course, which include our previous InVision course as well as some prior knowledge of Sketch or Photoshop.
- [Instructor] This is the second course in your introductory series on using InVision. If you're already familiar with InVision but want to improve your prototyping workflow by leveraging Craft, then this is the perfect course for you. However, if you aren't familiar with InVision, I highly suggest that you first go through my course on using InVision for UX design to learn the basics and then come back to this one. In the course, we're going to spend the bulk of our time using Craft's tools within Sketch on Mac.
I'll expect you to have at least an understanding of their basic functions and tools. If you need a refresher, check out our library for the essential training for either software package. If you're on a Mac and are more comfortable using Photoshop, feel free to use that instead of Sketch. I'll explain the differences you'll find between the Sketch and Photoshop versions of Craft as we progress through the course.
- Using Craft with Sketch and Photoshop
- Inserting information with the Data tool
- Inserting commercial images with the Stock tool
- Using the Duplicate tool
- Working with the Library tool
- Using Freehand for commenting on the prototype
- Using the Prototype tool to add interactions