I need a database to upload my artwork so they can be shared between myself, another designer and manufacturer. I'd like some suggestions of different services used within the designing community.

I'd like to be able to upload the file and be able to label colors. I want all info right in front of me when I pull up the file. Albeit barcode, colors, size etc.

Looking to keep things simple. Suggestions?

  • use mercurial, tortoisehg for gui
    – joojaa
    Commented Oct 24, 2014 at 4:26
  • @joojaa what advantages would Mercurial have over another DVCS like Git? Is there anything about Mercurial that makes it better for design work? Commented Jun 17, 2015 at 17:16

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It looks like https://frontify.com could fit your needs. 1 Project and 10mb is on the free plan.

  • Thanks qudrat for mentioning us. Andrew with Frontify you can discuss, specify and prototype your designs. You can try it, let me know if you need assistance or more insights.
    – user43956
    Commented May 18, 2015 at 12:21
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    – Vincent
    Commented May 18, 2015 at 12:33

Uxpin is not free, but I've used it for sharing interface design and it's worked really well.

You can create interfaces dragging elements, it uses Smart Objects, interactions, has a huge library of elements, version control and a nice comment system. Only downside is that every person in the project needs to have an account, which is quite pricey.


UXpin it's slow and missing features like nested groups. I use InVision, much more efficient. For version management look at PixeLapse

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