InVision, which provides software to facilitate digital product design, announced today that it has secured a whopping $100 million in a round led by Battery Ventures. Spark Capital and Geodesic Capital also participated, joining existing investors Accel, Tiger Global Management, FirstMark Capital, and Iconiq Capital. This brings the startup’s total funding to $235 million.
InVision provides businesses with a set of tools to facilitate the design process, from ideating with mood boards to creating screen designs and animations. The underlying concept, according to InVision cofounder and CEO Clark Valberg, is to centralize the whole design process.
“Users who switch to InVision are typically using Adobe and a mix of other platforms,” he wrote, in an email to VentureBeat.
Although the startup was founded in New York City, Valberg claims that his team is entirely remote, made up of over 450 employees across more than 20 countries.
“We see our unique remote workforce as one of our competitive differentiators in terms of attracting the best talent and enabling our employees to focus on doing their best work, wherever they may be,” he added.
InVision provides different plans through its software as a service (SaaS) offering. Users can start off with a free plan for one prototype or pay between $15 and $99 per month for additional or unlimited prototypes. There is also an enterprise offering available.
According to Valberg, InVision is used by 3 million people at tens of thousands of companies, including Airbnb, Amazon, HBO, Netflix, Slack, and Uber.
InVision will use the fresh injection of capital to further develop its product and hire more employees. It also plans on investing in design education efforts to help companies better understand the process behind digital design.