November 13, 2014

Conjure – Place Feedback on Images

Conjure is a web-based application that designers, creative professionals, and the clients they work with can use to place feedback directly on top of digital images. By putting feedback on the designs and illustrations they submit, professionals are able to manage their creative workflows without relying on lengthy phone calls or email chains.

Create a unique Conjure subdomain address, and start uploading projects to your Conjure account. You can drag and drop multiple files into Conjure at once, or manually add one project at a time. Reorganize the pages within any project. When it comes to adding feedback or notes, just click on the space within any design where your annotation should appear, and then start typing your message. Your feedback will be viewable along the left-hand side of the screen. Colleagues or contributors are able to comment on the feedback you’ve left out using Conjure’s commenting system. Meanwhile, clients themselves can officially “sign off” on projects by clicking on the “approvals” button.

By keeping 100% of the feedback and communication about a design in one place, designers are better able to streamline their workflows, and they can eliminate the confusion that often occurs when multiple people are giving their two-cents about a project. Conjure is an excellent solution for design teams that are looking for better ways to keep multiple people updated on the status of their projects and implement more strategic workflows.

Practical Uses:

  • Ask colleagues what they think of a design you’ve created
  • Get approval from your client before moving on to the next stage of work
  • Collaborate with dozens of contributors at once
  • Streamline your workflow when handling creative projects
  • Insider Tips:

  • Select an account name where contributors can view your work
  • Conjure allows for unlimited collaborators
  • Archive any project designs that are no longer relevant
  • Stay updated about a project by using Conjure’s activity feed

What we liked:

  • Conjure removes the hassle from collecting feedback on a project
  • Groups are better able to communicate without relying on phone calls
  • Email notifications keep people updated on the status of group projects at all times
  • Users have the option of labeling project viewers as team members or guests

What we didn’t like:

  • Nothing


Company Info:

  • Launched: May 2014 (Beta)
  • Privately Held
  • Founded by: Sam Matthews
  • Web site:


  • Free in beta

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