Annotations

Add functionality for annotating a Webflow site, which may be useful in discussing design elements with clients or developers.

  • Kyle Kilat
  • Jan 6 2017
  • Gabriel Motta commented
    February 24, 2017 01:06

    Adobe's Experience Design CC just implemented this.

  • Evan Daugherty commented
    May 15, 2017 19:38

    I also like the idea of being able to have a conversation within your annotations for when you are sharing work with a client or stakeholder.  It gives annotations a dual use: ux documentation along with communication.  Here's how Adobe handles it in:

    https://blogs.adobe.com/creativecloud/february-update-of-adobe-xd/?scid=social70261106

     

    UXPin separates out the two use cases, documentation and commenting, which is nice, but I think the two could be handled by the same feature, perhaps with some sort of a toggle or setting:

    https://www.uxpin.com/community/tutorials/free-flow-documentation/ 

  • Hamish Maclean commented
    June 15, 2018 11:46

    The productivity gains here could be awesome

  • Philipp Roth commented
    21 Nov 21:10

    You can use Pastel (https://usepastel.com). Ist works very good with webflow. Your clients can annotate your website drafts without a account or password/login of you share the link to your pastel-canvas.