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MockVault.com – Get Designs Approved

MockVault.comA tool aimed at web designers, MockVault simplifies the lengthy process in which clients usually provide feedback and approve designs. MockVault has been created to put an end to having to use email to get things done. This new platform lets designers manage their work and versions with ease at the backend, and have them presented professionally to their clients at the frontend.

 

In practice, this means that if you use this service to share your designs with your clients then they’ll get to collaborate with you as if you were together in the same room. Everything will take place in the same window. You’ll know what they’d be doing differently, and if any idea they have is actually unwise then you’ll get to tell them as much before such an idea has taken root.

And something that you can but love is that the service comes with a “one-click-approve” button for your designs. You might not realize this if you are not a designer, but there’s people who can be truly ambiguous and drive you crazy with their demands. A button that lets you receive an instant yes/no answer is the only way to deal with such clients.

MockVault can be used at no cost to begin with, as you can both create a free account and start a free 14-day trial on any plan you like. There’s three of these (“Lite”, “Heavy” and “Unlimited”), and they are billed $12, $20 and $49 per month.

MockVault.com In Their Own Words

To get a design approved, it’s not all about the design, it’s how you sell it. Help your client say “yes” by guiding them through the design you’ve tirelessly thought through. MockVault helps you present your designs in an interface that works.

Some Questions About MockVault.com

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VISIT: http://www.mockvault.com

Author : Roger Hollings

Born and bred in Maine, Roger is one of the longest-standing writers for KillerStartups.com. A translator by trade, he is passionate about art in all its forms. He enjoys both classic and contemporary literature, nature photography and music from both sides of the Atlantic. Fascinated by technology from an early age, he has always explored the ways in which computers let people articulate their thoughts and communicate better with the world at large.

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