I would like to find a simple system where I can post designs for client review, and they can make comments on them. Simple, easy, cheap. I've reviewed a lot of web apps for this (redmark, getsignoff, backboard etc.), but they are either too complicated for clients, too expensive, or just don't do the basic thing I want done. drop.io is cool, but it doesn't allow you to see images full-size, which is important with web page designs.

I have a client that would like a group of people (10-12) to be able to review the designs and make comments. Rather than have meetings, I thought an online review site would be the way to go. But all the alternatives I've seen just don't do the job well.

Any suggestions? Thanks.

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Zurb has created a nice tool for this purpose in http://notableapp.com, but it's only free for up to 3 users.

Answered about 7 years ago by Dwayne Anderson
  • Notable might be pretty close to what I'm looking for, and it's one I hadn't heard of. Thanks much. Adam J. Blust about 7 years ago
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If you are an OS X user then you could use Skitch:

This page in Skitch

http://skitch.com/

Have you tried: http://www.proofhq.com/ or http://www.creationflow.com/index.jsp

Of course you could always set up a simple Drupal installation - where your content is Image Proofs and user comments.

Answered about 7 years ago by Tony Crockford
  • I looked at ProofHQ and CreationFlow, and they're both overkill for what I want to do. I don't want to have to train clients on the system they use to review my work. :-) I thought about using a weblog as the review mechanism, and I may yet go back to that. Thanks for all your ideas. Adam J. Blust about 7 years ago
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Hi, I am part of the CreationFlow team. CreationFlow is very easy to use to the designer client. He just receives an email with a link, clicks on it and instantly sees the design piece. Then he can either click the approve button or add comments. Actually, most of our clients use CreationFlow because their clients like it.

Answered about 7 years ago by Oscar Guindzberg