Pastel

Fastest visual website feedback tool for web designers, developers and agencies
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Pastel is the easiest, and fastest way for web designers, developers, and agencies to collect feedback on the websites they're building.
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Pastel for Email Review
Review and approve marketing emails faster
Pastel for Adobe XD
Design feedback and approval for Adobe XD
Compare Pixels
Free tool to compare design mockups to the live website.

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  • Launch
    Pastel is a review and approval tool for live websites, PDFs and images. Today, we are adding email to that list. Marketing teams will be able to get faster approvals on their email campaigns. Leave feedback on test emails all in one place and catch mistakes.
  • Launch
    Create a simple link to share designs, collect feedback and get approved. Right from your Adobe XD file.
  • Launch
    Free hand-drawn maker illustrations
  • Launch
    Writing is the most important part of web design, but suggesting website copy changes to someone is super frustrating. Pastel makes it easier and faster.
  • Launch
    This easy to use tool by Pastel lets you test your website across mobile, tablet, and desktop breakpoints.
  • Launch
    Share feedback on any website, in one click. With our free bookmarklet, you can comment on any website and leave feedback for your designers, developers or clients. Just share a link and let anyone join the conversation.
  • Announcement
    #2 Product of the day
    Pastel 2.0 ranked 2nd Product of the day for Mar 26, 2019 with 344 upvotes and 26 comments
    Mar 26, 2019
  • Launch
    Pastel is the fastest way to gather visual feedback when building websites. Whether you are in the design or development phase, Pastel lets you comment directly on actual elements on a website or png/jpg files. Invite anyone to comment with just a simple link. Nothing to install or download.