If you've ever been lucky enough to work one-on-one with a designer, you're fortunate in that you can express your vision directly and work with them to develop a final project that meets or exceeds expectations.
Not everyone has such a direct line of access, and rely on existing communications like email to stay up to date on project progress and monitor project progress can be cumbersome at best. Fortunately, there are many better ways.
The new ProofMe tool, developed by productivity and collaboration software MetaCommunications, aims to help reduce the friction involved in sharing, revising and finalizing content (print, graphic, video, interactive, etc.), accelerating review times and ensuring the integrity of the creative process.
ProofMe fills this void by focusing on the entire collaborative lifecycle from ideation to final product, offering an intuitive interface and visual annotation for users, and integrating seamlessly with the most popular creative and communication tools, such as Adobe Creative Cloud, Vimeo and Slack.
"Every creative knows that the space between the initial idea and the final product is what defines quality and impact. The painstaking process of iterative brainstorming, critique and refinement is what separates the average from the brilliant," said Aleksey Gurtovoy, CTO at MetaCommunications and ProofMe Co-founder.
"While tools for creating and publishing digital work have been largely democratized, those that facilitate that journey between the first draft and the final work are still largely locked away behind an enterprise paywall. ProofMe, however, offers solopreneurs and businesses of all sizes professional tools to review and collaborate for free, with the option to scale as they grow."