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CAGE Simplifies Collaboration for Designers, Clients

Posted on 6.21.2011

A new online collaboration tool that allows agencies, design teams and freelancers to share and present their work for creative review has recently launched in public beta.

CAGE was first released as an invite-only private beta during SXSW in March. While in private beta, CAGE attracted a number of designers from companies including Weber Shandwick, Ralph Lauren, Electric Pulp, Art Center College of Design, Ogilvy, nclud and Moleskine.

“CAGE eliminates the need for email threads, marathon client meetings and folders full of mockups and revisions,” CAGE co-founder Sandip Patel says. “It’s as simple as uploading your work and sharing a unique URL. From there, you can add notes and comments directly onto the work so that the conversation stays focused on the project.”

Stefan Hartwig, a partner at Electric Pulp, says, “We needed a simple way of presenting mockups and tracking feedback in relation to the interface. Cage scratches that itch and more.”

Those interested in trying the CAGE app can access it here.

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