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Tamixes says

Hi there,

I’m looking for advice or recommendations on collaboration tools for designers and developers to work together on a site. It will be used mostly for front end stuff. Perhaps some sort of subversion that is has more of a GUI feel?

I’m in the process of starting a team effort to redesign a rather large site, and I need to take on the help of an efficient coder. So I’m looking for tools that will help keep us both on the same page.

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iamthwee says

There are a lot of code project management packages but I’m not sure how it would work for design.

I guess each new image would just have a new revision.

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Tamixes says

I’ve used subversion apps that are more code centred – I’m looking for something that caters more for front end development – I want to have a quickview/thumbnail view of the latest design revision and be able talk it through with the person doing the code as well as be able to track the progress of the front end development with a link to the relevant server for testing environment of the site.

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