If you’re ever tried to communicate via email with a designer that’s working on a project for you, you know that it can be very frustrating. What could easily be pointed out in seconds in a face-to-face meeting can be excruciating to try to communicate via email. The Commentor is here to solve all of that.
This site allows you to upload projects (images) and them sketch and tag spots on the image for an easy way to communicate with your uber cool designer or other co-workers. Want the logo moved over a little? Show them exactly where you think it should be. Want to comment or ask a question about a specific element? Drop a little pushpin note right on the image.
The site offers a free plan and then various paid plans above that. The higher plans give you more users, projects and storage but the free plan includes three users, two projects, and a generous 100MB of storage. Most pastors and creative teams could probably get by with the free plan.
Honestly, the designers should probably be the ones that eat this service up but until they all catch on pastors could set up an account and invite the designers to join in. When you sign up, you even get your own URL which adds a nice touch.
You can check out The Commentor at http://www.thecommentor.com/