Joe LeiProduct, code, design

What tool should I use to collect UI inspirations and product ideas?

What's a good tool to use to collect UI inpirations and write down product ideas?
25 recommended
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    Taskade 2.0

    Team tasks, notes, and chat, in one unified workspace. 🧠✍️✅

    Roger LuProduct Manager at TripAdvisor · Written
    Super lightweight and easy drag-n-drop to upload screenshots and collaborate with notes and comments.
  2. 111

    Powering millions of teams to work smarter, together.

    Damian GromekEcommerce & Catalog Specialist · Written
    Clean simple layout. Combined with BitBucket, it should give you the perfect amount of access to your projects. Alternatively, good old-fashioned folder sharing. Whether it's FTP clients like FileZilla or any of your current cloud-based file storage that allows for simple sharing.
    Aswin BakshiFounder, Bordo · Written
    Its nice and simple app to use
    exex zianSoftware Engineer · Written
    have been using this for years : simply awesome with lots of integrations - only shortcoming I find is - unavailability to assign tasks to team members
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    One combined workspace. All of your team documentation.

    Thomas DIDIERHead of Marketing · Written
    You can easily add images, GIFs, links... to a note, write down any ideas which cross your mind and above all collaborate with your team or everyone else you want to share UI inspirations/ideas with.
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    Dropbox Paper

    Collaboration tool built for teams

    Ben Clarkprofessional scratch dev · Written
    It's great for writing stuff down and putting stuff in said writing
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  5. 74

    The project management tool that grows with you

    As easy as can be! Great tool to collect ideas and manage projects. Offers multiple data views for extra flexibility.
    Becca AnMarketing Manager, Labelbird · Written
    Best tool to use!
    Tolles Tool zur Organisation von Aufgaben - Sehr empfehlenswert!
  6. Olivier de LochtProduct designer, · Written
    For collecting UI, I use mostly Pinterest, easy to add screenshot or url and make collection private or public. For writing , evernote, paper dropbox or real paper & pencil still works :-)
    Daniel SenyardProduct guy - travel, HR and media tech · Written
    I find Pinterest very useful for creating inspiration boards.
    annettishBostonite w/ rich BG in tech and design · Written
    Awesome for people who prefer visuals. The Chrome plugin makes it a breeze to pin anything you see on the web.
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    The best way to save and share inspiration

    Chris Messina🏆 #1 Hunter! · Written
    I think this tool is designed for what you're trying to do... I can't personally vouch for it though.
  8. it's both a design and collaboration tool
  9. NicolasI turn ideas into code. · Written
    Great for creating workspaces and store each UI snippets along with notes, to-do lists and/or urls :D
    It's the most flexible of any of the tools listed. Though it's not specific for UX
    Rob ButzDeveloper, Oxygen Smith · Written
    I use Klart for collecting designs and UX, but lets me present them. It's knowledge base making software that's kind of like Evernote + Trello + GDocs 2.0, with other lightweight tools like tables and CRM.
  10. 5

    The visual workspace for teams.

    Kaspars Dancis made this product
    Whimsical gives you an infinite visual canvas that's perfect for this. Plus it makes it super easy to add flows.
    Seth HawkinsContent Marketing Manager, Vivint · Written
    Agreed. The infinite canvas is a great way to throw all the ideas out there at once. It's easy to comment on specific elements, and easy to bring web pages into the site. Simply paste in a URL and usually it will pull in a preview of the page.
  11. 5

    The notes app for creative work

    I use Milanote: They have free and paid accounts. I use one board to store links and others per project to add images and inspiration. I also use boards in InVision when I want to share inspiration boards with team members.
    Renaud RossillonSubscription consultant, Zuora · Written
    versatile and great integrations
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    Bookmarking for designers

    Hands down the most beautiful bookmarking website.
    Rob ButzDeveloper, Oxygen Smith · Written
    I really like Klart and they're working to improve it all the time.
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    A beautiful, flexible writing app for notes and prose

    I use bear for writing down ideas. Tag your notes with #idea so it's easy to go back and look at them. If I have any quick design mock-up's or inspiration, I attach them in the same document.
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    Pixave 2.0

    The ultimate image organizer for the Mac.

    Chris Messina🏆 #1 Hunter! · Written
    At least for saving screenshots and the like, it's my go-to tool for my personal library. Won't help w/ writing down product ideas though.
  15. 1

    The best material design, iOS & web resources, every day

    Nilanchala PanigrahyFull-stack developer. Startup junkie · Written
    New in the race but filled with some great design Inspirations.
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    A platform for creative thinking and collaborative research.

    Waqas Alimaking a shoe that’d fit 👉🏻 · Written
    Arena allows you to save anything, structure your collection and discover new things from other creatives.
  17. Maybe you should ask . They have a lot of interesting ui and ux kits and designs. It can be really cool for your website. They can create a perfect design for you.
  18. 1

    Create interactive presentations

    Moody BolesFounder & CEO of Imaginators · Written
    Moody Boles made this product
    You can get inspired by the work published in the discover section.
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    Share ideas with a link!

    Jeff OsbornOwner, work/ethic · Written
    Moodboard is one of the best places to gather visual inspiration for everything from video shoots to websites.
  20. 1

    Turn your entire life into a list.

    Arsen LosenkoWeb Developer (JS/Python) · Written
    This one is pretty straightforward and clear. It's a recursive list, that's very flexible, may be used in various ways, I am using it for planning and brainstorming of new ideas.