Invision App Sign Up Copy
InVision App is basically a prototyping tool that allows you to create clickable versions of your design. It allows you also to share projects with your team, comment screens, create animations and transitions and interact with most common design tools like Sketch and Photoshop.
The sign up page is followed by the motivating title - “Get started absolutely free”. The words - “absolutely free” make the user push to sign up easily. One more plus point is that they are not asking for the credit card details which makes the user more confident and secure. In addition, they are also showing the feedback of the companies on the left-hand side who are following them which helps people to get more details.
Also, they are specifically mentioning that the user had to give work email address and not any other email address.
The placeholder of an email address is consisting of an example (email@example.com) to make the user feel easy to fill the field. The button is highlighted with tomato red color. As soon as we click on it, the next page asking with some personal details and motivating statement opens up.
Good to see that the field of email address is already filled up on this page by them, so no need to give it again. Also, they guide the user by putting placeholder in the password field (8 + characters), so a bit easy again for the user.
Verification of email address
To verify the user’s email address, they are writing a short copy in a simple language which is helpful for the user.
After entering a six-digit code, they send one message which makes us aware that we aren’t a member of the team. With this, they wrote one motivating line underneath - “ Itʼs your time to shine: create one of your own.” First of all, by reading the above negative sentence, the user can get disappointed, but Invision app knows how to make the user happy at the same moment by adding a positive sentence below, so they had really used a worth copy.
With this, they had put the valuable button “Create a team” which makes the user to perform the immediate action by clicking on it.
The next page opens up with the title - “Set up your team” in which they are asking the user for team name and domain. Here if you notice, how nicely they are guiding the user for choosing the team name. They had put the guiding copy underneath placeholder to guide the user. Also in domain, they had put the example of how to choose the domain.
Even the error messages are written in a soft tone and in a positive way, that it doesn’t make the user unhappy by reading it.
If team name is not entered they shows such an error message - “ Every team needs a name”. If the domain field is empty they show such an error message - “Please choose a domain URL for your team”. If the user puts the wrong domain they show such an error message - “Apologies, team domains can only contain letters, numbers, and dashes.”
So here, even if the user’s mistake is there, they apologize which can be seen in very rare cases.
Once the team name and domain is entered correctly and the button is clicked, they are sending a confirmation message like “ You're in! ” which makes it confirm that the entry details are successfully accepted.
Once the user is in, the next page opens up with one more beautiful title - “ Invision is better together” Here the placeholder can be very helpful which is given inside the box. It guides the user by saying that he can invite team members by putting their email addresses. Also in the Contact Us page they had guided the user in the “Regarding” field by giving some options which can make users task easy.
Here empty states is nicely shown with the image and good copy written as - “No documents have any conversations yet.”
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