The Notable Platform is built for Progressive Design, because getting from vision to product is hard work. It takes momentum and drive to learn from each iteration and get buy-in along the way. Most of all, it takes a team working together, pushing each other toward the win.
Sharp and flexible presentations
Present design work the way you envision it, no matter where you are in the design process.
Everything in one place
Present design work as static screens, clickable prototypes, design surveys or custom layouts. Even coded prototypes!
Organize your work
Showcase projects within a design process to give your work context while showing your team what's getting done.
Present on any device
Catch your team and customers on the go. Your work will look as sharp on a mobile device as it does on a retina display.
Targeted, actionable feedback
Efficiently collect feedback from your team, customers and target demographic.
Give and get contextual design feedback directly on the work, so no detail gets lost in the shuffle.
Invite team members to collaborate on projects or individual posts. You control who sees what.
Get input from your customers or target audience through design surveys and user tests.
Effective design management
Drive meaningful iteration through rounds, reports and a design process.
Show design process
Customize your project template and show how the work unfolded in context of a design process.
Keep rounds together
Show the evolution of any work — wireframes, visuals or code — through rounds of iteration.
Iterate with data
Customize test and feedback reports to provide the data you need to iteration with confidence.
One platform, five powerful apps
Notable will help you design great products faster!
Annotate interface screens for detailed feedback.
Test and survey new design ideas with real users.
Build clickable prototypes for unmoderated user testing.
Present design work for targeted feedback.
Upload code and present your ideas live.
Notable smells of a well thought out and designed application, that meets the needs of a wide range of users including agencies, freelancers, marketing departments and even open source development projects.
Jon Bloomer, The Next Web