The InVision team’s top picks of Studio produced content created by the community

Welcome to Studio Smashers, where we share some of our favorite content from the community.

Use #InVisionStudio so we can see all of your beautiful designs and feature you here!


The InVision team’s top picks of Studio produced content created by the community

Welcome to Studio Smashers, where we share some of our favorite content from the community.

Use #InVisionStudio so we can see all of your beautiful designs and feature you here!


The InVision team’s top picks of Studio produced content created by the community

(From left to right) PS Store by DAVID HALLUIN | Music App Concept by Jaylee | InVision Studio Jam — Inner Animal by Bojan Mesar | Portfolio Website by Anita Gutiérrez | Planets App Animation by Ryan Sael

Welcome to Studio Smashers, where we share some of our favorite content from the community.

Use #InVisionStudio so we can see all of your beautiful designs and feature you here!


The InVision team’s top picks of Studio produced content created by the community

(From left to right) FANTASMA by DAVID HALLUIN, UI Challenge 011 | Workout of the Day by Ryan Tanner, Rotiform Product Info & Gallery by Ryan Duffy, Cinema by Thierry Rolin, and Slack Interface Private Concept + Dark interface by BEASTY

Welcome to Studio Smashers, where we share some of our favorite content from the community.

Use #InVisionStudio so we can see all of your beautiful designs and feature you here!


Hello all! 👋 I wanted to celebrate the fall season with animations for a recipe app. 🍁 👩‍🍳

I was inspired to try a spinning plate animation when I saw this Dribbble post by Hoang Nguyen. I thought how cool would it be to recreate this in Studio and then be able to interact with it!

We’re going to walk through how to create it!

Let’s get started!

👉 Download the starter Studio file to follow along
👉 Or, download the complete Studio file to break it all down
👉 Here is the prototype link if you’d like to interact with the animations

This is the full animation. We’ll just be looking at the spinning plate piece.

Step One


Utilizing the 3-step critique sandwich

Some of us have been there, presenting our work to others, either proudly sharing it, or begrudgingly sharing it because we know it needs some help. There’s a huge amount of vulnerability when putting your work out there.

I want all of us to think about it first from that point of view. This is probably the best thing to remember when you are the one giving feedback.

Consider your audience and think of when you’ve asked for feedback yourself

If your directing your feedback to a designer, who has spent months working through different variations, it’s important to recognize…


Simple tips to for better engagement

Let’s dive into how to make forms better by thinking through the user experience and considering accessibility. I have outlined 5 simple tips that will help to improve user comprehension.

The interactions demonstrated below were made using the early-access version of InVision Studio.

Put field titles above the input field

Don’t rely on user memory

Putting form titles in an input field means asking users to rely on their short term memory to remember what the field is even about. For longer forms this can be an frustration for users who may be multitasking, or encounter a distraction after entering a field.

Have enough contrast

For accessibility, not all screen readers process placeholder text the…

Martha Bergmann

Product Designer at InVision

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