As we build software, I'd be interested to get feedback from real people about our design. Wondering if there's a tinder for graphic design or something of the sort.
- InVision is a tool that we (the team at Product Hunt) have used both internally and externally (sharing w community) before to collect feedback on new designs / mockups. It'd be great if you're trying to get targeted feedback on a redesign or big project, but may not be ideal for a bunch of small options that you want users to "vote" on.
- If you are a designer and apply you get access to the Slack channel where everyone hangs out and there is a great channel called 'design-review' where people are very generous with their time/skills/insight and will review work with you. Highly recommend.
- You can use Qualaroo’s Prototype Survey Nudges™ to get both internal and crowdsourced feedback on your design iterations. You can use ready-made templates to create the survey, embed it to the design template, and share it with anyone via a link. It works well with InVision, AdobeXD, Axure, Sketch, Figma and more tools. You can collect focused feedback and reviews from the respondents using question types like ratings, multiple-choice, text-type, etc. Another main feature is the AI sentiment analysis tool which categorizes the feedback into visual display of emotions such as angry, sad, happy, etc. So you can see at a glance how many people are not satisfied with the design and resolve the suggested issues.