Web Depot: Notism.io Extends Collaboration To Content Development

Stephen Yagielowicz

Calling itself “a better way to share and collaborate on design and video work,” Notism.io offers specific features for content creators and video producers not commonly found on other collaborative solutions. For example, Notism provides fast and precise feedback that lets users share, review and sign-off on visual content right where it makes sense, on the content itself.

Notism fosters effective collaboration by letting users communicate via notes or sketches — right on the uploaded work — as well as directly on video timelines.

Notism provides fast and precise feedback that lets users share, review and sign-off on visual content right where it makes sense, on the content itself.

Design and video versioning functions allow users to upload various versions of their designs and videos and to easily switch back and forth between them, while web and mobile prototyping tools enable users to turn static screens into interactive prototypes without writing a single line of code.

Live notifications deliver real time feedback notifications from co-workers and clients, while the presentation mode allows you to present projects in real-time. Notism also features solid task management and enhanced security (SSL), with all data written to multiple disks and backed up daily in multiple locations.

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