Paste by FiftyThree for iOS

Collaborative decks for creative teams

#3 Product of the DayNovember 30, 2017

Paste is a collaborative presentation tool built for today’s creative teams that makes sharing your work simple and beautiful. From strategy decks to design handoffs, Paste works the way you do—incredibly fast, fluid, and ready for anything. Sign up on the web or download the app for iPad or iPhone.

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Reviews

  • Louis de VaumasCo-founder @ Ubicar.fr
    Pros: 

    Easy to use

    Really beautiful

    Cons: 

    Too limited

    I wanted to add a screenshot and annotate it, but impossible to do. You can only paste it (hence the name...).

    So, yes it's beautiful, but very limited on the use cases.

    Louis de Vaumas has used this product for one day.
  • FᴀʀʜᴀᴅProduct & UX, Design Sprints
    Pros: 

    Simple & efficient, let's you focus on content and flow

    Cons: 

    Would be great to see a version for personal use - this thing could explode for group planning, etc.

    Basically markdown for visuals

    Fᴀʀʜᴀᴅ has used this product for one week.

Discussion

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Ben Tossell@bentossell · Partner, The Upstarters
so pretty I wanna touch it
Jonathan Simcoe@jdsimcoe · Designer. Jesus lover. Family man.
Our team has been using Paste to align around what we are building and why. It has changed the conversation with engineers and designers alike. Also @asallen and @georgpetschnigg are the best! They actively integrate feedback from our team and are really building something special here.
Andrew S AllenMakerPro@asallen · Co-Founder / Design
@jdsimcoe Thanks for being an early supporter, and keep the ideas coming!
Jonathan Simcoe@jdsimcoe · Designer. Jesus lover. Family man.
@asallen Will do!
Jonatan Dykert@enklt · Meltwater
@asallen @jdsimcoe Speaking of ideas, how about an InVision integration, that would make it way easier for our designers to keep everything up to date. 1. Design in Sketch 2. Publish to InVision 3. Audience consumes vision + designs through Paste made accessible by Slack 4. A subset (developers) get details by diving into InVision's Inspect mode Lot's of touchpoints but everything can be maintained by two processes. 1. PM building decks in Paste 2. Designers publishing Sketch designs into InVision Not a hard transition for a team especially when many of us already are onboard with #2 Food for thought :)
Jonathan Simcoe@jdsimcoe · Designer. Jesus lover. Family man.
@asallen @enklt That sounds cool! You can embed some links currently with Paste... we've embedded Live Figma documents into Paste decks.
Andrew S AllenMakerPro@asallen · Co-Founder / Design
Thanks for checking out Paste! As with Paper, we ended up building a tool that we needed for everyday work. Like most creative teams, we have a constant need to share work for feedback and to generally get the team on the same page. We found ourselves wasting too much time sending files back and forth and fighting with the tools to present our work to one another. Meanwhile, team messaging with Slack has changed not just how we as a company communicate, but how we work together. Paste combines the ease and openness of messaging with the visual world we live in for a fast, flexible way to engage your team with your ideas. Take Paste for a spin and let us know what you think.
Vlad KorobovPro@vladkorobov · co-founder of Live Typing
I like that guys at FiftyThree doing something new each time.
Armand Jay@armandjay · Business Student at CSU
Beautiful design!