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Online artwork proofing, feedback, review and approval tool

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Online artwork proofing, feedback, review and approval tool

An Online artwork proofing, feedback, review and approval tool is a web-based Collaborative software that helps studios with internal and client communication.


  • How it works 1
  • Features 2
  • Technology 3
  • Alternatives 4
  • Benefits 5
  • See also 6

How it works

Users are allowed to upload files to a central repository where other users are allowed to mark up, annotate, add comments and/or approve them.



Many tools are developed with a combination of HTML with Adobe Flash, AJAX or Microsoft Silverlight.



  • Get accurate feedback on work-in-progress design pieces.
  • Saves time for the studio and their clients
  • Prevents interpretation mistakes.
  • Allows studios to have all the information that was sent/received in a central place.
  • Enables a person in a different place and/or timezone to give/receive feedback

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