Style Intro: Adobe’s answer to Sketch and InVision is Adobe XD. Sketch has been the leading tool for UX/UI designers for some years now, enhanced further by its community, plugins and integration with InVision.
If you couldn’t care less for Adobe XD (hyperlink), or don’t want to know what XD has to offer, do yourself a favour and scroll down and read the section “Why Adobe XD will dominate, regardless of features” before crossing XD off your list. There are many other UX/UI design tools outside of Sketch and InVision. Figma, Framer and Protopie to name a few, but Sketch and InVision seem to be dominating the field. The question we need to ask is, is their reign about to come to an end?
A brief history to date Traditionally, designers used Photoshop to mockup apps and websites
Traditionally, designers used Photoshop to mockup apps and websites, but Photoshop as a tool, was never created for the purpose of designing websites and apps. Photoshop, being a very heavy pro tool, began its days with a focus on photography, and was later picked up by graphic designers enabling them to bring their creations to the next level.