Repeating the word user enough time will help you become a top-rated designer. The interface is all about that one particular person. People using your designs won’t bother with providing constructive feedback, and most will just leave without telling you what made them leave. Make sure your project is up to standards and easy to use. Discover a new way to give and receive design feedback
You can make screenshots look great in just 2 clicks and you can add helpful annotations too. Useful for giving design feedback or guiding your users. A great tool to keep aside & use regularly
Image annotation apps give you tools for annotating images. Good Annotations gives you a workflow for capturing, annotating, and sharing screenshots or other images.
Feedback on personal is not easy to accept. Your mind might jump to explain, cut-off, and divert the other side’s opinion. Don’t. Feedback is an emotional process, but the faster you accept the outcome, the quicker you can grow. Use feedback to design better UI for apps, websites, and other digital products. Log in to your account and focus on the growth.
Thinking outside the box is awesome, but don’t lose track of the user experience. You’re building for others. Certain industry standards will help you provide essential usability. Where is the search bar? Is the checkout on a separate page? What about vertical menus? Do static elements look like buttons? Most apps, websites, and digital projects will have a widely accepted design convention. Keep your designs artsy by all means, but don’t forget to ask for general feedback. The most dazzling website is no good if the user can move with it. Upload your UI designs, ask for feedback with a direct link, and share it to social media and other outlets.
Image annotation will save you time and trouble in expressing your assessment. Confronting designer flaws is not an easy task. However, you can mitigate the emotional involvement by annotating an image. When both parties can see that your feedback is valuable, both parties can continue innovating. Draw pointers and showcase road bumps. Designers will appreciate your involvement.
Users don’t like inconsistencies. User’s don’t like wasting mental bandwidth. And users don’t like thinking hard and wide about the platform itself. Is the navigation self-intuitive? Do buttons look like buttons? Are your pages consistent in color? Don’t make the end user work too hard on figuring out the platform itself. Design inconsistencies will mess with your platform. Share a screenshot with Good Annotations and ask for feedback in the comment section. Let your users tell you whether your interface is the right one for them.
Ecommerce is an exciting web industry. New shops open every day through platforms like Shopify, Wix, and Webflow. However, most of the new shop owners are not real designers. New shops worry about sales, shipments, and products, and most don’t have a real designer on the team. Unfortunately, it shows. Web templates offer quick and easy solutions but often need a round of upgrades and changes. If you’re a webshop owner, Good Annotations can help you in more than one way. First, ask for design feedback with a link to your screenshots. Second, create promo materials with annotates images, especially the flashy offers for urgent deals. Third, share screenshots to increase effective communication with the team.
Landing pages are objectively the most important marketing aspect for any online business. Customers buy products based on how they feel and not because of the rational benefit. The whole company might hang on a threat of UI detail. Ask for review and design feedback with Good Annotations. Are your colors compelling? Is the font easy to read? What about the copy? Do you have enough white space between elements? With Good Annotations, you can receive easy and precise feedback on all design issues design. The reviewer can circle, square, and jot details. Every piece of feedback has a story. The reviewer can use callouts, labels, and text to explain why a particular feature is problematic. Receive visual feedback with Good Annotations, and create stellar landing pages.
Review design with less friction. Build maps for every major project, and keep feedback readily available at all times. Your free account will hold up to five files at a time, and you can edit each one at will. Check out the prime accounts and discover how to get more value out of your feedback. Keep your UI files handy, and build awesome websites, apps, and digital projects.
If you have a photo, image or screenshot sitting on your computer you can upload it to Good Annotations through our editor. Its super easy and takes seconds to do.
Once you have uploaded your image you can use any of our online tools to edit or add elements to the image.
We've worked hard to make our tools & features all online and based within your browser. This means you do not need to install any applications on your laptop or computer.
We thought you might like this as it means we didnt build yet another app you have to install, you can just come back to us when you need us.
We did build a Chrome extension that you can install if you like. It lets you take screenshots in one click.
Good Annotations is currently a completely free and online tool. We dont ask for your credit card details or your email address to use our tool!
This may change in the future but don't worry as there will always be a free version of Good Annotations, payments will only be required if you are seeking to use a premium feature we haven't built yet (for example a team account).
If you have any features you think are missing in Good Annotations, feel free to reach out!