At its core, Jumpchart is essentially a really easy way to layout a website. They use Textile, which is a simple markup language, (though they also have a more visual (WYSIWYG) interface available on the sidebar) and they cater to users who want an easy way to create the basic elements of a website. It may not be the solution for everyone, but we think Jumpchart might is perfect for small web design shops and savvy web users who want to streamline the process of launching a website.
One of the things we like most about Jumpchart is their focus on both collaboration and revisions. They address the problem many website builders face: that is, clients who routinely make revisions during the development process. Jumpchart makes it easy to adjust site layouts with a couple of clicks, meaning less stress when it comes time for change.
Of course, what we like most about Jumpchart is how interactive it is: everyone involved in a project can log on and view the site, making suggestions and seeing where you’re headed. This takes out “the middle man” so to speak, saving everyone a lot of time and headache. Overall, while Jumpchart might not be for everyone, we highly recommend it to users looking for a simple, streamlined experience.
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