Popular Design and Feedback Tools
Design feedback tools are crucial if you’re collaborating with several people on creative projects. These allow designers to share and collect useful opinions and guidance on their designs with clients and remote teams. So we have compiled a list of the most common tools and services used by graphic designers for client feedback:
- Filestage - Filestage is an online feedback tool to share, review and approve creative projects with clients and co-workers in your browser.
- Redpen - Redpen is a simple tool for small teams who need to review designs and images.
- Bounce - Bounce is very useful if you want to review websites. You can just enter a URL and Bounce will take a screenshot of the site.
- Sniping Tool - The free Windows inbuild screen capture tool.
- GoVisually - GoVisually is another feedback tool mostly meant for designers and photographers.
- DesignDrop - DesignDrop is focused on the needs of solo designers and freelancers.
- ConceptInbox - ConceptInbox supports image and movie files. In addition to annotating and marking these files.
- Skwibl - Skwibl is a very basic tool. It comes with basic annotation features for image files, such as markers and freehand drawing.
- Conceptboard - Conceptboard takes a really special take on the formula of feedback tools. Instead of having individual files you can comment on.
- Slope - Slope combines the assets of a feedback tool and task-management.
- InMotionNow - InMotionNow is a project management tool marketing managers.
- Frankie - Frankie specializes in videos and images, but it also works for PDFs.
- Pastel - Pastel is a website feedback tool that makes it simple to invite clients comment directly on websites.
- GoProof - GoProof integrates with Adobe’s Creative Cloud suite to help designers review and approve their work.