• Jonathan SimcoeJonathan Simcoe, almost 5 years ago

    Dropmark all the way!!!

    6 points
    • Rhys JonesRhys Jones, almost 5 years ago

      Absolutely Dropmark.

      There is also Dragdis, though I use Firefox and they dropped Firefox support with their extension.

      Raindrop.io is nice though feels a little immature, Hypershoot is another one which is quite nice. Speaking of nice there is Niice.

      Sorry for the lack of links on mobile.

      0 points
  • Max LindMax Lind, almost 5 years ago

    I'm a fan of Dropmark myself.

    2 points
  • Artur Maklyarevsky, almost 5 years ago

    ok i found Raindrop.io -- but it's a bit buggy for me.

    2 points
  • Andu PotoracAndu Potorac, almost 5 years ago

    I use Ember

    1 point
  • Chris CarterChris Carter, almost 5 years ago

    Like all of you, I could not find anything. I tried Pinterest but most of the time I wanted to add screenshots that I had locally and did not care about linking back to the source. I tried Dropbox, and Evernote but there was not an easy way to see them all visually. So I started using Google Photos. I created 1 album for Designs. I then added text blocks that separated the album into graphics, desktop, and mobile. Most of the time I use SnagIt or awesome screenshot if I want to get a whole page for a website. With Snagit I can capture gifs or mp4s and then save them to google photos. Best of all I can upload unlimited photos for free. I can also sync them to my iPhone, or iPad without taking space on there either. I am using no Google Photos for what it was intended for, but it works really well for me. I also make sure I name my screen shots with keywords like Modal, Navigation, etc. in the file name to easily find what I am looking for. If Google added tagging to photos then this would be the ultimate tool.

    1 point
  • Anas MaharbanAnas Maharban, almost 5 years ago

    I hear Dragdis (https://dragdis.com) is a popular visual bookmarking tool built for this kind of purpose.

    1 point
  • Alexander ObenauerAlexander Obenauer, almost 5 years ago

    I used to use Inboard which was good (and it had a folder that synced with my Dribbble likes which was nice), but lately I've just been dropping things into Evernote.

    1 point
  • Andu PotoracAndu Potorac, over 3 years ago

    Switched to Pixave. :)

    0 points
  • Kerry Bright, over 4 years ago

    Check out Bookmark OS. Way better than anything I've ever used. It's like a GUI but custom for bookmarks. https://bookmarkos.com

    0 points
  • Ed RockEd Rock, almost 5 years ago

    I wish someone would bring Springpad back.

    0 points
  • Chelsea Beachem, almost 5 years ago

    BukketApp http://bukketapp.com/

    0 points
  • Bill Addison, almost 5 years ago

    This might be hard to believe but I still use the old Littlesnapper app (now Ember) and have the library stored in Dropbox so I can sync it between computers.

    I've tried other services and nothing is quite right and it's not something I'm willing to pay for ongoing indefinitely.

    I think the next best thing would definitely be Google Photos, except that I don't want to mix up my personal photos with design ideas – although I could create another account for it.

    If you haven't tried it, download the oldschool version of Littlesnapper and check it out. So simple, so easy to use and it has a web browser with a tool to take screenshots of full pages. It's crazy no one has built anything for this yet, but I guess it's because it's not really worth paying for.

    0 points
  • Joachim TillessenJoachim Tillessen, almost 5 years ago

    Trello is not explicitly build for visual research. But I can highly recommend it for structuring ideas.

    0 points
  • Stefan Daniëls, almost 5 years ago

    We want our creative team's tool for sharing design ideas to be just as slick as the work we display.... so our team uses a delightful little application called Wake .. Might not be the best for individuals but have a look so you know it's out there

    0 points
  • Paul @StammyPaul @Stammy, almost 5 years ago

    The one thing that all these services/apps lack (aside from OS X Photos app) is the ability to capture/display video. I am more and more interested in various motion aspects of design and things I discover and being able to archive that is more important to me now than just screenshots.

    0 points
  • Michael GurneyMichael Gurney, almost 5 years ago

    Pinterest, all the way. www.pinterest.com/mgurney88

    0 points
  • Gareth LewisGareth Lewis, almost 5 years ago

    I bought Stache for iOS (but they also have a macOS app). I think I bought it because it was on offer. Anyway, it's pretty nice and has good tagging and categorisation functionality. Not sure it's been updated in a while.

    0 points
    • Joe PacalJoe Pacal, almost 5 years ago

      The app is great however they didn't update it for MacOS and recently dropped support 'indefinitely' with a plan to update it 'sometime'. I lost all my bookmarks in this move.

      Small firm, side-project, can't recommend.

      0 points
  • Artur Maklyarevsky, almost 5 years ago

    I liked Raindrop for UI but sadly it is WAY TOO BUGGY. it bookmarks the WRONG tab https://www.evernote.com/l/AIGQYSau6fZNqLn9YIAd3bH7hyUPXGIDeuQB/image.png -WTF..

    and 50% of the time shows me this : https://www.evernote.com/l/AIGz298aDkJP4afzGOZq0bGZxUcIHg3UR2oB/image.png

    dropmark so far is winning overall.

    0 points
  • iterati designiterati design, almost 5 years ago

    I've used Ember and now transitioning to Pixave. That is for images and videos, as for writing down ideas, I use Notes.

    Never found a web service that suits me.

    0 points
  • Greg Warner, almost 5 years ago

    Pinterest to a huge amount for me. I do occasionally want to save screenshots and other bits of local work, but not enough to worry about it. For that, there's project process folders, sketchbook, and Dropbox. Although I have to say I wish Dropbox had better image viewing/thumbnails.

    0 points
  • Jesse HeadJesse Head, almost 5 years ago

    Pinterest - but I'm shying away from bookmarking design ideas these days. I was finding I'd refer to them too much, rather than just taking them in and letting them influence my work naturally. Seems to have been a good move for me personally.

    0 points
  • Emir BukvaEmir Bukva, almost 5 years ago

    Please don’t laugh at me: It's a folder weighing gigabytes. It’s full of images and short videos, each containing several spotlight tags and the source URL.

    Oh, and Pinterest to a small extent.

    0 points
  • Ken Em, almost 5 years ago

    I have no need to save any sort of visual clippings, so I just save bookmarks in Pinboard. Super simple.

    0 points