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New Ways to Get Insights, See Progress and Start Conversations

Free flowing communication is essential to great design. The problems our design work has to solve need to be communicated to us. Feedback and ideas need to be shared within our teams. The benefits and merit of our work need to be expressed to clients, stakeholders and customers. Simply put, anything that improves communication has the potential to improve our design. So how do you foster communication when your team works remotely from different cities and your clients are in a diffe... Read More


A More Seamless Experience in Notable

Any designer will tell you that feedback is precious. It helps us make sure we’re meeting our objectives, warns us if we’re going in the wrong direction, and guides the flow of our ideas. Notable was originally designed to help making giving and soliciting feedback as easy as possible. But it’s not just about making it easy, it’s also about speeding up that process. The quicker you can get the feedback you need, the faster you can iterate and get to the right answer. For the last few month... Read More


Give and Get Feedback Easier Than Ever with Notebooks

One of the most popular features in Notable has been annotations, the ability to easily leave feedback directly on screenshots, mockups and sketches. It’s what Notable started out as, and it’s a feature that has helped us and hundreds of thousands of other designers around the world keep their projects moving forward. But iteration is in our blood here at ZURB, and we’re always looking for ways to make our products better and easier to use. Keeping all the parts that make annotations so g... Read More


Annotate Your Responsive Code

Every feature in Notable has been created to help simplify the design collaboration process and help people design better. As a product design company, many of Notable’s coolest features have their origins in frustrations we’ve run into as designers and the solutions we came up with to solve those problems. One problem that we found ourselves running into again and again is having to leave our code and take screenshots or create mockups when we needed to get feedback. And when we did get ... Read More


Introducing the Social Test for Facebook

A few weeks ago, Facebook unveiled Reactions, a new way for their 1.4 billion members to interact with your content. Beyond a simple “like” or comment, user can now respond with one of six animated emojis. This new feature is a huge opportunity for savvy marketers, but also presents a huge risk. With the user opinions front and center, how do you ensure your content will get the response you’re aiming for? Take a sample test and see how it works. We’re proud to announce a new addit... Read More


Influence: A New Way to Present Design Work

As designers, we need to rally people behind ideas and concepts. Presenting work regularly helps us influence organizations, get stakeholder buy-in and give projects the momentum they need to be successful. The problem is, design work doesn’t speak for itself. The thought process behind each decision, the research we’ve done and the data we’ve collected is often unknown. Designers need a way to present all the different parts of their work in a simple, clear way. Meet the new Influence: ... Read More