How do you present your work to a client ?

over 5 years ago from Erol Mujak, UI/UX Designer

  • Yugene LeeYugene Lee, over 5 years ago

    Use invisionapp.com, great tool to present work. Your client could use it to do point by point comment as well.

    13 points
    • Dan OttenadDan Ottenad, over 5 years ago

      +1 for Invision

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    • Matt FeltenMatt Felten, over 5 years ago

      +2 for Invision I just started using it to present wireframes and high-res mockups to my team and it's amazingly helpful. Being able to actually see the flow and click around provides so much context.

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    • Nattu Adnan, over 5 years ago

      Thumbs up to invisionapp.com, i use it as well.

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    • Raden Sucalit, over 5 years ago

      +3 for Invision

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    • Lee Fuhr, over 5 years ago

      +4 for InVision.

      Great for presenting in the right context (a desktop web browser for desktop web designs, on an iPad or iPhone for those designs). Great for eliciting contextual feedback (click a spot, leave a comment). Great for guided presentation (LiveShare). Great for the design feedback workflow (check off comment threads as "done"). Great for brainstorming (shared whiteboard mode). Good, at least, for sharing assets with team members. Keep synced via your desktop with their Sync app. Can easily replace Dropbox, WebEx (or join.me, etc.), Red Pen, and more.

      Srsly, it's my #1 design tool outside of my authoring apps.

      And soon, after the iron out some kinks, it will automatically generate the screens in your prototype from a PSD (just add "+" to the layer comps / groups).

      Humbly, my referral link (gives you 3 free months): http://fuhr.co/1niXUry

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    • Marcel Wichmann Marcel Wichmann , over 5 years ago

      +5 for Invision. Makes my day, everyday.

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