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behance, dribbble, forrst, layervault - any others?

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behance, dribbble, forrst, layervault - any others?

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Notable (from ZURB, makers of Forrst), Cage, InVision - all paid tools that offer a level of design-led style facilitation & collaboration. These all can be used to get a clearer vision into the "sausage making" of collaborative design.

With Notable, for instance, I can share a link publicly and get feedback from any party. It lacks the discoverability you'd expect from say, a github, however.

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Notable (from ZURB, makers of Forrst), Cage, InVision - all paid tools that offer a level of design-led style facilitation & collaboration. These all can be used to get a clearer vision into the "sausage making" of collaborative design.

With Notable, for instance, I can share a link publicly and get feedback from any party. It lacks the discoverability you'd expect from say, a github, however.

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That's some of the same problems we're facing with other tools like LayerVault and Creative Cloud. They lack the social discoverability of github.

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That's some of the same problems we're facing with other tools like LayerVault and Creative Cloud. They lack the social discoverability of github.

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Just to let you know. Without knowing your initiative here, I started analyzing collaborative tools for designers on my blog. I've done this in chapters.

Maybe that helps. Let me know what you think.

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Just to let you know. Without knowing your initiative here, I started analyzing collaborative tools for designers on my blog. I've done this in chapters.

Maybe that helps. Let me know what you think.

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@xuv This is awesome. If you publish it on your blog we will add it to references, or you can publish it here if you'd like.

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@xuv This is awesome. If you publish it on your blog we will add it to references, or you can publish it here if you'd like.

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@GarthDB I don't mind posting them here. How do you want me to do this? Should I fork or you add me to the list of contributors? Let me know.

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@GarthDB I don't mind posting them here. How do you want me to do this? Should I fork or you add me to the list of contributors? Let me know.

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@xuv that's up to you. If you want to be involved past this article I'm more than happy to add you to the contributors.

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GarthDB commented Oct 21, 2015

@xuv that's up to you. If you want to be involved past this article I'm more than happy to add you to the contributors.

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@GarthDB Well, I'm working on a tool right now to try to solve the problems and gather the ideas exposed in the articles I wrote. So I'm definitely interested in the approach you are promoting here. But I don't have a precise idea of what you mean by "getting involved". What is it that you require?

xuv commented Oct 21, 2015

@GarthDB Well, I'm working on a tool right now to try to solve the problems and gather the ideas exposed in the articles I wrote. So I'm definitely interested in the approach you are promoting here. But I don't have a precise idea of what you mean by "getting involved". What is it that you require?

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No commitment. We're a pretty easy going bunch.
We've had some people write articles as forks, and others do it as contributors on branches. I'll add you if that works.

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No commitment. We're a pretty easy going bunch.
We've had some people write articles as forks, and others do it as contributors on branches. I'll add you if that works.

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@GarthDB Ok. As you've seen, I've posted 6 articles on my blog regarding those tools. Should I just copy them all? Not sure about the best approach here.

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@GarthDB Ok. As you've seen, I've posted 6 articles on my blog regarding those tools. Should I just copy them all? Not sure about the best approach here.

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@xuv it would probably be best to make it one article. You could summarize and point to the original posts, or you can make a long article. Nothing wrong with a long cogent article.

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GarthDB commented Oct 22, 2015

@xuv it would probably be best to make it one article. You could summarize and point to the original posts, or you can make a long article. Nothing wrong with a long cogent article.

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@GarthDB Ok. I'll do a wrap up of all those into one. It'll take me a little time, but I'll do a pull request once it's done.

xuv commented Oct 26, 2015

@GarthDB Ok. I'll do a wrap up of all those into one. It'll take me a little time, but I'll do a pull request once it's done.

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Not sure how updated this is, but Figma recently launched with multiplayer design (mutliple designers working in the same file at the same time): www.figma.com.

Not sure how updated this is, but Figma recently launched with multiplayer design (mutliple designers working in the same file at the same time): www.figma.com.

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@athyuttamre Thx for sharing the link. I did not write a summary of my articles as @GarthDB suggested. But I'm surely still actively looking and studying for tools in this field.

xuv commented Nov 8, 2016

@athyuttamre Thx for sharing the link. I did not write a summary of my articles as @GarthDB suggested. But I'm surely still actively looking and studying for tools in this field.

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