InVision app’s layer sync for Photoshop PSD’s has been around for awhile and was my go-to for isolating layer groups when moving comps from Photoshop to InVision. I’m all in on PS artboards and my workflow has adapted since the introduction of artboards. Using “+” in front of layers and groups is no longer necessary, since every artboard is automatically added. I do make use of “-“, though. I often set up a page template artboard that I’ll never want to display in InVision. Simply add a minus to the front of an artboard, and InVision will omit the artboard from your prototype.
More on Photoshop layer syncing from InVision.
I love new features that make a ton of sense and are easy to use. Today’s Photoshop 2015.1 release introduces a simple way to add new artboards. It’s great because it spaces the artboards perfectly, allowing designers to quickly build uniform screen flows. Hold down option to copy the entire artboard contents.