Niice 2

The ultimate canvas for creative discussion

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Chris ArmstrongMaker@armstrong · Designer, Armstrong & Co
Four years ago this week, we launched the first version of Niice (known internally as Vanilla Niice). Since then we’ve learned a lot about how creative teams of all shapes and sizes collaborate, and the common problems we all face. The creative process is a conversation, and when creative projects fail it’s rarely due to a shortage of ideas or talent; it’s because communication breaks down. This makes sense when you consider that all of our communication tools were designed for words, not pictures. We believe there's a need for a tool that’s designed for free-flowing, creative discussions; that enables us to present & critique our ideas in a visual way without having to be in the same room at the same time, or even the same timezone. So today we’re launching Niice 2: a canvas for creative discussion. It’s a feedback tool that’s easier than email, and a smart, shared visual library for your team. We hope you like it!
Rick Chen@rick_chen1 · making people lazy at
@armstrong big fan of Niice and can't wait to get my had onto Niice2. Good job!
Chris ArmstrongMaker@armstrong · Designer, Armstrong & Co
@rick_chen1 Thanks Rick! Let me know how you get on, keen to hear your feedback :)
Johan Adda@johanadda · Family first. Designer. AR maker
Hey Chris, I love all the efforts you put into Niice. I just won a "one hundred time you use Niice" badge :) That makes me smile. Really niice product ^^ And noticed the way you implement our comments and ideas straight into the app/webapp. Wish you the best.
Marc Roberts@marcroberts · CTO, HiyaCar
Stunning work here Chris, as usual! I'm really looking forward to introducing this to our design team, once I've hired them. PS keep up the strong pun game :)
Chris ArmstrongMaker@armstrong · Designer, Armstrong & Co
@marcroberts thanks Marc! Always be punning.
Alec McGuffey@alecmcguffey · Co-founder at RookieUp
Chris this is beautiful! I didn't think the interface for Niice could be any simpler and more enjoyable to use but you figured out a way. Can't wait to see where this goes.
Chris ArmstrongMaker@armstrong · Designer, Armstrong & Co
@alecmcguffey thanks Alec that means a lot. Still feels like we're just getting started :)
Adithya Shreshti@adithya · Founder of Knowmad Life | Startuposphere
Chris ArmstrongMaker@armstrong · Designer, Armstrong & Co
@adithya hah, thanks for sharing it too! :)