Design System Manager (DSM) is separate from your InVision subscription. There are two plans available: DSM Enterprise and DSM Free. Only users with an InVision Enterprise plan have access to purchase DSM Enterprise. However, when you first sign up for DSM, you will have access to a 30-day free trial of DSM Enterprise.
Note: If you are planning to downgrade from DSM Enterprise to DSM Free, check out this article first: What happens if I downgrade to DSM Free?
To learn more about DSM pricing, please contact your InVision account representative. If you don’t have one, reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Check out our comparison of the available plans:
|Unlimited design libraries||Create as many design libraries as you need to manage different projects or brands.|
|Sketch tool||Create and update your design library directly from Sketch by using the Craft Manager tool.|
|Documentation||Document design principles, components usage rationale, and even code snippets.|
|Syncing across files||Sync changes from your design library straight to your Sketch file.|
|Sync artboard templates||Sync more than just individual layers. Save entire artboards to your library and easily drop them into a project.|
|Public design system share link||Showcase your visual language. Easily share your library with everyone.|
|Design tokens API||Use the DSM API to pull colors, text styles, and icons to keep your code in sync.|
|Library version control||Release new versions to your team, while still being able to work on your next iteration via a shared draft.|
|Organization-level roles and permissions||Restrict or enable access to your DSM organization, based on roles and permissions you set.|
|Library-level roles and permissions||Restrict or enable access to your libraries, based on roles and permissions you set.|
|Library-specific privacy settings||With DSM Enterprise you can set up invite-only privacy settings for individual libraries.|