Zurb a consulting firm specifically for interaction design has just launched its latest tool for website designers and users called Axe. No, it has nothing to do with men’s body spray that makes women crazy. Axe is an interactive form of app used by web designers to tell some portion of the page that is not accepted or leave distaste.
Zurb lead team for marketing Dmitry Dragilev says it is optimized for iPad users but can be also applied for Android users although little bit slowly during the operation process. This can be specifically employ to tablet users but definitely impossible for desktop and laptop browsers.
The app has friendly procedure once you access it from your tablet, just type the url of the site you want to show. Then it will grab the image of that particular site for you to check and examine. You can use scribbling to wipe out particular portion of the page and append text boxes to inform the designer what you mean about the scribbling. And if you are too much doing lots of scribbling in the screen, you can clean the page by shaking the iPad so that scribbling things gone.
This is just one way of Zurb improves their consultancy services through friendly interactions with clients regarding web page designs. With the used of app, the clients can express some distaste portion of the page, and move them closer in a much simple and creative ways in providing solutions. Adding much is a free tool for everyone wants to apply.
According to Zurb marketing team, as of this moment, Axe specific targets of the services are those website designers or owners who want to improve or making changes the face of their webpage, and improves exchanging of ideas. There is an option to let website designers to embed a consumer-facing button that lets them submit suggestions as well.
For many years Zurb has been involved for other apps like Reel which gets instant feedback on presentation, and Clue which lets users a sort of memory test on what they remember after visiting the site. Another one of their free tools is Bounce which is similar to Axe but can be apply only using desktop and laptop browsers.
They also have premium tools, like Zurb Verify.