Sensive

Design collaboration for everyone

#3 Product of the DaySeptember 14, 2018

Automatically track the evolution of your design documents, and turn your work into a collaboration hub for you and your team.

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Hey @madebydiego & @rnmp, Can you tell us more about what you've built here? What aspect are you most proud of?
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@jacqvon we built the beginning of a modern platform for design collaboration. Sensive is a frustration-free way for designers to share live previews of their work with their teammates. No design software needed. What makes us most proud is just how much we’ve accomplished in 4 months. We went from thinking 5 years into the future and having hundreds of conversations about features, to building a product that works with two major product design tools: Figma and Sketch. Most importantly, though, we learned how to collaborate better together. This has been key in building trust, and in making the process less constraining. And more productive.
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Similar to Dribble

Pros:

Nice UI

Cons:

None so far

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What's the difference between Sensive and the in-tool comment and presentstion section by Figma?
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@pregenun the key difference is the form factor. Figma has a learning curve associated with it. Teammates need to get familiar with the tool in order to provide you with feedback. Sensive, on the other hand, helps you expedite the process focusing on frames and the changes made to it.
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@madebydiego Thanks, I will maybe give it a try
@pregenun @madebydiego Completely agree, I'm currently struggling to give teammates outside the product team a way to view my design work without having to deal with a learning curve.
Amazing platform!
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Sounds similar to Dribbble, but perhaps more detailed and about the process + UX. Is that a correct first impression, @rnmp?
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@rrhoover That is certainly a way to see it! We are both Dribbble users and we love the idea of sharing work in progress with other designers. We also think that teams can benefit from this process of sharing early (and late stage) work throughout. In the next months, we will be adding functionality that makes this experience of communicating design decisions richer and give our users more control over what and how they share.
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