Not to be facetious, but you might get the most flexibility with the most time savings from a combination of print-outs, Sharpies, and highlighters... Megan Holbrook wrote: > John Dowdell wrote: > >>But when I did a web search on term "'third voice' annotation" it turned >>up some lists of other approaches, like the ones here: >>http://ncyoung.com/entry/97 >> >>jd > > > Hi John - > > Thanks for sending this. Unfortunately, it seems that most of the > websites mentioned on the site have gone belly-up as well (except for > Annotea which is related to the site I'm trying to find a replacement > for). Sigh. The effort is much appreciated, however. > > Just to give a sense of what I'm trying to do with annotations: > > We're designing and managing the development of a large website and > trying to work with our CMS developers in helping explain functionality > of the comps we've provided them. We have spec docs, but nothing is > quite as clear as actually marking up the work. Since we've already > developed the html, it seemed to make sense to annotate that rather than > just posting graphics with annotations. > > If anyone else has suggestions, I'd be quite interested in hearing > alternatives (we've also thought about shared whiteboards, but can't > find one which allows writing on top of images, and Axure is a little > unwieldy for this, so...) > > Thanks :/ M.