I was searching for ideal and easy to use solution for ages ;) but never found one. Could everyone tell, what web apps / apps they're using to: — Track projects and tasks/subtasks — Track time, especially with projects paid per hour — Track client feedback on layouts you've made (and ideally, mockups/prototypes) — Gather source files, tech requirements and other project-related docs in one place
I personally found some solutions, but neither is ideal, or even close to ideal:
HubStaff to track per-hour work, UpWork-style timetracker with screenshots and reports. Has a lot things to polish in interface, but it works.
Google Docs to collaborate with client on tech requirements (pretty ok) and fixes (not OK, but at least allows to put "review" state for comments. And it's free.
InVision to gather feedback on layouts. Sleek, but: glitches with some PSDs (simply can't import them) and when there are a lot of comments on layout, they're pretty hard to deal with but at least it has some nice tools to draw over a layout (clients love them) and keeps file versions for assets.
Basecamp to gather feedback and collect files. but it doesn't allow to make notes directly on images, so another thing is always needed, and it's frustrating. I also tried Asana, but as with Flow — areas with project details there look more like chat area, not a place to seriously talk / collect some easy-to-read feedback. But Basecamp to-dos are pretty nice to track tasks / delegate them. What it lacks is dependencies between tasks, so say you need to move due dates here and there when content creation stuck for some time, or smth like that )
UXpin to make prototypes, pretty perfect, but poor commenting (only simple notes), no versioning (by versioning I mean ability for client to view different versions of same layout) and no usable asset management.
So what's your workflow? ;) do you have any suggestions?