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Abstract price update

2 years ago from , Designer

I've just noticed that Abstract have updated their pricing structure. I run a team of 3 designers at the moment, and we have decided to go with the 'Starter' plan, paying $9 per month each, billed annually.

I can see that the 'Business' plan is $15 per month, down from $21 per month. That's a steep drop! Curious to know a little more about how this decision was made. Would be cool to see if Josh is around on here to give some insight.

This is the cached pricing page from google: https://imgur.com/a/A01SZ

New pricing page is here: https://www.goabstract.com/pricing/

2 comments

  • Jonathan SimcoeJonathan Simcoe, 2 years ago

    I got an email about this yesterday.

    We heard loud and clear from our Pro plan users that they wanted to invite others in their team or organization to collaborate on projects. Starter plan replaces the Pro plan and is priced the same.

    All in all they seem to be listening to their customers.

    3 points
  • Peter DeltondoPeter Deltondo, 2 years ago

    I'm really excited about this update. It certainly makes teams more affordable. We use this with our entire design team along with Dev viewers (unpaid). I also use it for freelance projects and occasionally bring in collaborators, so it makes it much more affordable as a whole. The Business plan is really only valuable to me personally for the slack integration. I like seeing what the team is working on and pushing up, especially on freelance projects when it's important to know what everyone is tackling at the moment as you bring in contractors. It's a great way to gauge progress when working with new folks. I'm ok with keeping myself on at a consistent $15/mo and adding more users when needed, rather than stomaching a $21 vs $9 a month between the two plans just for Slack integrations.

    Abstract has been killing it.

    0 points