Track design iterations…and decisions.

Designs constantly evolve and unfortunately, “Is this the latest version” is asked way more than we'd like to admit. 

Image showing how Iteration Tracking works in Feature Flux

Tools such as Figma, Adobe XD and Sketch are amazing, but due to their infinite canvas approach, they make iteration tracking tough. Feature Flux lets you create a new iteration at any point. This means the whole team (not just designers) can track progress and know who asked to “Make the logo bigger”.

Image of feedback being provided on a design mockup

Design Interations.

Iterations at the click of a button.

Moving from napkin sketches to wireframes? From Wireframes to Hi-res designs? Or maybe from Hi-res designs to a new approach altogether? At the click of a button, you can store the previous iteration and safely move on to the next idea. Need to come back to a previous version, without losing progress? No problem. 

Design feedback

Accessible Design Feedback. 

One of the reasons iteration tracking works so well is that it saves all of your feedback in one accessible place. Gone are the days of collating and sifting through data to see who requested a change. Feature Flux makes it easy for the whole team (even external stakeholders) to leave feedback in the right place, on the right screen and on the latest design iteration. 

image showing elements of giving design feedback in Feature Flux

Design Presentations

Version control in Figma?

Figma’s version control is for designers, period. But unfortunately, not everyone on the team is a designer. Feature Flux’s approach is more inclusive. It’s easy to create a new iteration at any time without touching your designer’s files. Hit the “Create New Iteration” button and your team can safely collaborate without fear of deleting anything they shouldn’t. 

image that shows how the app prompts for meaningful feedback.