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If you're going to pay a monthly SaaS fee, you might as well by an Invision license. It has similar art approval flows, as well as a boatload of our design process tools under 1 license. Free for 1 project, and something like $15 a month for 3 projects.
Plus you get mood boards, static-/flow-based prototyping tools, Motion design coming soon, and more.
Thanks so much for your input everyone. Super useful.
Is there an app to stop clients from changing their minds after their approval?
Basecamp 3 has introduced client approvals. Fairly basic, but gives you definitive yes/no responses, and deadlines that the client gets reminded of if they haven't responded.
Is there any pricing listed? I've grown quite annoyed with these "services" that try to get you to call when all you want is a cost.
Concept at least listed their price, but $25+ per month seems pretty crazy.
All these sites feel like there is one VC out there that hired a handful of programmers/marketers and said "let's come up with as many 'services' as we can, make a pretty website and rake in the monthly fees".
Useful alternative: have a meeting.
- A very expensive alternative for international clients.MrT
- Yes, international calling rates are skyrocketing. And have you tried overnighting a PDF email? Ugh, talk about price gouging.monospaced
- Expensive in general if you need several people, not to mention extremely slow to coordinateformed
- Meetings are a weak place to economize. Asking them to coordinate themselves in an app? you might as well throw your ideas in a black hole.monNom
that i'm trying to sell this idea since 2006 for various freelancer portals but nobody is interested creating because it fucks up the cr.
great another monthly payment
So a potential client is recommending the use of Proof HQ (http://www.proofhq.com/) for a project, and I have my doubts. Seems like an additional layer of process.
Do any of you fine folks have experience with any of the above, or could you recommend a useful alternative?