I'd like to ask you how you manage with presenting webdesign. Usually, I send a jpg file/files to client directly to the mail, but this isn't the best approach. In most cases it does the job, but I've experienced some cases that didn't.
Let's say I've set up a design 1980px wide. The width is important because client can see all the background that shows up, but the actual design is 960px wide. The problem is that in 90% cases client opens the image in the default OS image browser and the image is scaled to fit view. Moreover, if my client has for example 1440px wide screen the 1980px scales to 1440px and the 960px is only 690px. As we know if the image is scaled we cannot see all the details because image browser antyaliasing image and all the sharpen details will gone. What if my client opens the same design in 1280px wide screen or narrower? It gets worse.
Second problem is the order of images. I've had this situation couple of times, I've sent three images with different design approaches and my mail software orders alphabetical, while my clients mail order attachments by (for example) modification time. In the result, client calls me and say "The first design is best. I'd like to choose this one." The problem is, I've no idea which is the first one in his mail. It's confusing, right?
The fact is all those situations might happen and in the matter of fact, I've experienced it couple of times. The best option would be to show an image in its original size centered with possibility to move left/right.
Any clues, ideas, tools? :)