It can be hard to know what you want.
But you know it when you see it.
This is how we often feel when it comes to design. It can be hard to put into words what we’re looking for but once we see it, it’s obvious.
To help communicate the design style you or a client is looking for, one of the things that can be useful is to make a moodboard – a collection of inspirational images or ideas.
The problem is many of the tools for creating and sharing moodboards today are cluttered and distracting.
So today we’re releasing Moodboard, a simple tool for making moodboards that are easily shareable with a link. You don’t need to create an account or feel annoyed by popups to share things on Facebook. We focused on making it easy to drop images and share them with a link. That’s it.
Moodboard is helpful for sharing website styles, logo examples, or mobile app design ideas with a client or teammate. It also works on your phone so you can create and share inspiring things you find on the go.
Here are some moodboards that have already been created:
Give it a whirl. Tweet us @crewlabs. We’d love to know what you think.
Thanks to the following people for their thoughtful input on early versions of it:
Danny Florian; Frontend designer/developer
Colin Gillingham; Founder at Haystack, Working at Tesla
Antonela Debiasi; Designer
Coleman Tharp; Designer
Andrei Potorac; Art Director
Obaid Khawaja; Mobile Studio Founder
James Seymour-Lock; Co-owner of Simple As Milk
Reuben Whitehouse; Co-owner of Rocketfuelled
Romain Tesler; Co-founder of BeautyFriend
Phil Stringfellow; Designer
Jim Leszczynski; Designer
Philippe Said; Designer