Specfox Wants to Stop Ambiguous Requirements

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Specfox launches SaaS to put a stop to vague requirements and the never-ending feedback loops in website design and redesign projects. Users can upload screens, add notes and generate PDFs to share with copywriters, designers, and developers.

It's a tool for digital agency folk, web dev teams and anyone who ever needed to pinpoint to a web page element and say something about it, good or bad.

Specfox launches as a new online tool designed to help web designers and developers write crystal clear website specifications and feedback. During beta testing, Specfox (https://specfox.com/) proved to decrease the time web development teams spend on writing and understanding requirements.

This new online tool for designers and developers is simple to master, which lead during beta tests to also being used by small business owners paying for website redesigns, helping them get exactly what they asked for from the freelancers they hired. It also helps virtual teams communicate requirements and feedback in a clearer way, getting past language barriers or unfamiliar jargon, making it an increasingly popular choice for American and Australian clients working with Philippine-based remote designers and developers.

Specfox is the first European startup to enter the global market of web design feedback tools, currently dominated by more expensive US-based tools, and also the first startup in the World to address the tedious process of writing website specifications, which is often frustrating and time-consuming.

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