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Intro to Studio

Studio combines design, prototyping, and collaboration into one harmonious workflow. It starts with a live design environment, which gives you the power to create intelligent layouts and interactions as part of your normal workflow.

Because a design artifact is only part of the overall design process, Studio also acts as the source of truth for design teams to ensure that every artifact, every conversation, and every person on the project is always up to speed.

Using the tools available in the Studio App Store Beta, you can further enhance and customize your team’s design experience with Studio Apps and an extensive assets library. The Studio App Store Beta is part of the Studio Platform and is available in Studio now. Later in 2019, you’ll have the chance to access a public API (application programming interface) for Studio via the Studio Platform, so you can join your peers in building a thriving third-party ecosystem for Studio.

For more great resources on Studio, including video tutorials, be sure to visit the Learn Studio website.

Downloading and installing Studio for Mac

To ensure the optimal Studio experience, review our minimum system requirements, and then get started by downloading and installing Studio on your machine:

  1. Download Studio and double click the .dmg file.
  2. Move InVision Studio to your Applications folder.
  3. Go to your Applications folder and double click Studio to open.
  4. Sign in to your InVision account, or create an account. To sign in to an Enterprise account, click Team or Enterprise sign-in below the big Sign In button.

Once you’re signed in to Studio, you’ll see the Studio Launcher, which shows your most recent files and gives you the option to create a new project.

If you or your organization needs to enable Studio to deliver encryption at rest, read this article.

Downloading and installing Studio for Windows

To ensure the optimal Studio experience, review our minimum system requirements, and then get started by downloading and installing Studio on your device:

  1. Download Studio and double click the .exe file.
  2. Follow the prompts to install Studio on your Windows device.
  3. After the installation is complete, if Studio doesn't automatically open, double click the Studio icon on your desktop.
  4. Sign in to your InVision account, or create an account. To sign in to your team or an Enterprise account, click Team or Enterprise sign-in below the big Sign In button.

If you have trouble downloading Studio, there's a good chance your organization has set up restricted device permissions, so we'll have to point you to your IT department for help. If you run into other issues downloading the app, our Support team is always here for you: [email protected]

Once you’re signed in to Studio, you’ll see the Studio Launcher, which shows your most recent files and gives you the option to create a new project.

If you or your organization needs to enable Studio to deliver encryption at rest, read this article.


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