Getting design feedback earlier makes the work better, but it’s hard to put in practice. With regular Check-ins, your team can easily share work and keep track of progress, so you have a better cadence of feedback and can move work forward faster.
Keep stakeholders up to speed
Because designers work with so many stakeholders, it’s tough to communicate progress to everyone. Automatically deliver your Check-in to all your teams, in Range or Slack. With less standup meetings, you’ll have more time to get stuff done.
“Range has been an indispensable way to increase productivity, transparency, trust, and connectedness.”
Adam WaxmanDirector of Product Design at SeatGeek
Works with Sketch, Figma, and more.
We’re designers too, and wanted to make sure sharing designs was super simple. Check-ins highlight your recently edited design Figma documents and Sketch files (through integrations with Dropbox and Google Drive). Easily drag your designs into a Check-in and share with your team.
“Integrating Range into our daily workflow has been amazing. It allows conversations and meetings to focus on how people are doing and not what people are working on.”
Elias JulianProduct Designer at Bonusly
Strengthen your design culture
Great critiques require a culture where people feel safe enough to show their work, and supported enough to truly listen to feedback. No matter where your team works, use Check-ins to foster trust and vulnerability every day with team questions, mood sharing, and thanks.