Better, free way to write content directly on top of any design: FOUND

In my previous post, I may have mentioned how effing retarded it is to use a spreadsheet to write content. If you don’t write content or don’t know what I’m talking about, firstly I envy you, and secondly, you should keep reading anyway because this is also useful for commenting on designs and code.

I recommended a tool I found in Preview, but it was far from perfect, and not exactly snazzy looking. Today, I found Notable.

I just wanna say: yay Notable!

It’s free for individuals and teams of up to three. You can use a Firefox plugin to capture any web page, or upload any jpeg, png, bmp or gif. (It also, as mentioned, works on code. But I haven’t tried that yet. Because I don’t code.) Then, write your heart out:

When you’re done, you can share it directly with your designer or email a nice pretty pdf to whoever you like:

And we’re happy. Thank you Zurb.

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