From the early beginnings of wireframing and concepting User Experience Designers began with simple paint applications that developed pixel formatted graphics for evaluative concepts. As the design field has branched from graphic composition, past that of pure print, the evolution and need for dynamic programs have emerged. Applications in the space surrounding UX (User Experience) started emerging in 2010, as applications that provided solutions to previous graphics architectures, began to incorporate solutions for these spaces.
The concept of solving experiences in the digital realm and beyond has been a long-standing validation that incorporates the users/customers/person interest in the product or solution. Defining the attributes of personality that delivers an experience around the inherent preference of a buyer/consumer/user is the science of experience.
The logical notation of preference and understanding of psychological need help to establish the values in which designers and makers build to solve for people today. As these solutions move from brick and mortar to digital space we begin to understand the ability of these markets to shift, then inherently develop solutions to build solutions along the way.
The isolated form of design solution specifically built for user experience design ranges from simple line formatting programs like Moqups to in-depth programs such as Adobe XD, Sketch, and Figma. Utilizing a variance of the solutions you come to an understanding of which programs provide the most fluid offer for design, the best output for exporting, and the simplest formats for engineering integration; through components.
Developing solutions is a process in which many layers come to together, often, it is a bridge to a gap from User -> Business -> Engineering -> Solution. All of these notations are the soluble solutions that lead to utilizing InVision Studio. Following the development of the collaboration app, the studio format has brought even stronger features to the platform.
Importing and exporting components is similarly fluid to Sketch while inlaying components and developing interactions, as to, Framer. These allocations of system framework provide a free solution to the development of experience design that begins the application process, all backed with the sharing components that began the InVision process.
Formatting the initial concept and carrying that experience through to the solution is one of the scaling challenges in development today. Working in InVision Studio, you begin to develop a key understanding of how in which these components come together to outlay a solvable experience from the start.