Normally, Redsgned is a chance for designers to have a no-strings-attached, restriction-free stab at redesigning their favourite apps, websites and logos. With some success, this site has hosted all manner of redesigns of varying quality, praise and approval. What we haven’t had yet, though, is an official redesign submitted. Until now.
InVision have recently undergone a transformation in their branding, changing from the recognisable green to a fresh tone of pink, and completely overhauled their website. For those who don’t know who or what InVision are, I’ll leave it to InVision themselves to describe their service:
Built to foster collaboration and iteration, InVision helps our clients design, review and user-test a product before writing a single line of code, with tools for design prototyping, feedback, task management and version control.
Simply put, InVision is a prototyping, collaboration and workflow platform for designers. This allows for quicker presentation, heightened interactivity and communication on another level, all of which are crucial in today’s world of fast-paced decisions and possibly the make or break of a company. Used by Adobe, Yahoo!, Dell and PayPal it’s clear InVision have an awesome product, well deserving of the praise and attention they receive.
Submitted by Clark Valberg, the work by Aaron Stump is phenomenal, bringing InVision bang up to date with the latest trends, a massive improvement on user engagement and it’s also pretty sweet to look at too.