• tomp ptomp p, 6 years ago

    => Usersnap: it's similar to Invision, however, it also allows you to use it on html prototypes and for website feedback.

    (great thing: we get notified directly inside a Slack channel when someone leaves a new Usersnap feedback)

    4 points
  • Christian BehrensChristian Behrens, 6 years ago

    Trello for smaller projects/teams, Jira for the big ones.

    EDIT: InVision's comment function is actually also quite handy as it allows people to attach comments/remarks directly to a screen or a certain screen element.

    4 points
  • Khaled Islam BouyaKhaled Islam Bouya, 6 years ago

    InVision works really well for me.

    3 points
  • Erling HåmsøErling Håmsø, 6 years ago


    They've recently been acquired by InVision, which probably is a good thing :)

    2 points
    • David ThornDavid Thorn, 6 years ago

      We've been using trackduck for two years, and integrated it into JIRA for inclusion into dev sprints. I can only see things improving with InVision.

      1 point
  • Ruchi Goel, 6 years ago

    zipboard ( http://zipboard.co/) is a good fit here. You can Pinpoint exact issues with annotations and comments, as well as track and organise them by adding tags and watchers. Also it supports slack and JIRA integration.You simply need to put your web URL or upload PNG/JPEG file and you are good to go.

    2 points
  • Emma Smith, 9 months ago

    Programs such as Backlog, Redmine, WebIssues can help you with this task. They helped me at the design stage. But I am now studying another question, which type of mobile application would you choose: native vs cross platform development if it were your application? I read in the article https://exoft.net/native-vs-cross-platform-development/ a lot of pros and cons, but I never chose my side

    0 points
  • Niklas DornNiklas Dorn, 6 years ago

    Filestage.io (https://filestage.io/) ; great design, easy to use, especially for clients. They can annotate issues directly in the design. Works for pdf, images and videos as well.

    Invision (https://www.invisionapp.com/) ; great for interactive stuff and prototyping.

    0 points
  • Daniel BoxDaniel Box, 6 years ago


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  • Richie KhooRichie Khoo, 6 years ago

    Bugherd - https://bugherd.com

    0 points
  • Greg Warner, 6 years ago

    Well, JIRA for overall project management, Marvel's commenting system for client feedback, but Gitlab for design reviews and issue fixing in dev.

    0 points
  • Karl LöfholmKarl Löfholm, 6 years ago

    I use Productboard to collect user feedback and usability issues. PB is also a great tool for connecting all feedback and comments to planned features. After we decide to implement a feature we keep track of the design iterations with Github and Zeplin.

    0 points
  • Dino ParavandisDino Paravandis, 6 years ago

    We use invision and jira. If you have more than 3-4 projects it gets difficult to track things in invision. I would love to have a way to create jira tickets automatically when an invision comment is created. Then I can follow up and assign to our dev teams and so on.

    0 points
  • Ale XAle X, 6 years ago

    My designer friend is developing a tool for this called evrybo.com. It's free forever and it's really handy

    0 points
  • Andrew C, 6 years ago

    InVision works alright for smaller teams, but the feedback I've gotten from non-designers is that it's hard to find the right screenshots if you have 3-4 projects going on at the same time. I typically have 8... it gets messy.

    JIRA seems to be the go to choice for larger teams and luckily you can embed InVision right in to JIRA too with the right plugin. But JIRA's ticket system gets messy for everyone who isn't managing JIRA... what people usually want is just a list of stories and a way to tag each one with a design.

    Unfortunately I don't believe anyone has nailed design collaboration yet.

    0 points
  • wenming tang, 6 years ago


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