- Definitely invision. We use this all the time for PH. Make the design public and share it out. After people comment on the design, we generally get together and work through everything said to make decisions on the feedback.InVision is gold. We use it internally for design reviews for our remote team but we've also used it to gather public feedback from the Product Hunt community (see here).
I love everything about InVision.
Since I started using it 3-4 years ago they improved so many things and added really useful features. They collaborate with so many top designers of the industry that they always know what we want. I really appreciate the effort, time and love they put into their products and it's always fun to use them.
The tools I use on a weekly basis are:
InVision (Webapp); Freehand; Craft; Designbetter.co
All my designers loves the service, but I am struggling to use it, I find its UI/UX uncomfortable and not obvious. The most terrible is a mobile version of the web-site, extremely slow.
I have been testing alpha version of Draftium before the launch and must admit it has greatly simplified my work. So when I need to create a landing page, I make a quick wireframe (with copy) in Draftium and pass it on to UX designers. They already see what I want to get as a result and so we spend less time on numerous iterations.
I have yet to use it, but from the video alone, it looks like something to further speed our process.
Update: Loving this product. The makers are checking all the right boxes and what I love about it beyond the relatively generous free tier as well as the package this fits into, is the overall intent behind it. To cite a comment I made: "Absolutley love the motivation behind this: the combination of simplicity, speed and frictionless workflow paired with tasteful results," it just makes for an awesome combination not to be missed.
- Parlor is built exactly for this - grabbing ideas from places like Invision or your own brain and presenting them to a ready audience to get their feedback. They have tools built in that help you figure out the value of that product, and allow you to communicate easily with your customers.
Parlor lets customer feedback be heard. Customers are finally able to connect and collaborate, with insights and guidance from the seasoned experts on Parlor's product team.
Parlor reduces the friction between customers, developers, and designers. Instead of using intercom to relay messages for product feedback now you can run experiments in you app with very little time investment.
- If you want to have quick feedbacks, I recommend to use Figma because it's a website but also a software, that way you can share a link and send it to people who are working on a mac or on a windows computer. it have an option especially for feedbacks so yeah great tool to collect rapid feedbacks on design iterations !
I've been following Upvoty since the very beginning from the launch of the idea and concept. I am still very enthusiastic about this now im using this for our websites. I can waint to see more and more nice features added to this nice tool!
Integrating the Upvoty widget into our app also has let our users comment, vote and post their own improvements, which has improved our sense of community and customer satisfaction whilst we're in a stage of aggressive growth.