Introducing Workflow

Introducing Workflow

Improve the way you organize design projects with increased collaboration, control, and oversight.

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We've been neck-deep in work the last weeks, trying to create a feature for the Frontify Creative Collaboration that allows you to cut the line of your design process. We listened to feedback from some of our 1300 clients and realized that to perfect the overview of their design projects, we needed to integrate a new feature. This new feature enables you to organize your projects in new exciting ways, delegating stuff with ease. We call it Workflow.

1. The Kanban Board

The Kanban board is your best friend during the design process. It takes you from concept to roll-out, while giving you a complete overview of all material, production statuses, and asset owners in the same process – all in one place.

2. Asset Statuses

Set statuses to assets, enabling a more fluid working process. You'll be notified when an asset changes status – providing your team with the tools to understand the big picture – the process of the project, from start to finish.

3. Approval Lane

With Workflow, we allow you to move your asset to the "Approval lane," allowing the right person to approve it. Finish your work and drag-and-drop it. Let the project manager, or anyone fit to make the final decision, do the rest.

4. Assign Tasks

Assign coworkers ownership of assets and certain statuses, or simply hand them personal tasks. Just write your to-do list with tasks and assign them to your team. They'll be notified when they have new tasks to manage.

5. Templates

Create new projects based on predefined Workflow templates where all tasks and ownerships have already been defined. It's like magic. Create a new project, choose your template, and go on a well-deserved break. Simplify your life and save time.

Try out Frontify Workflow now.

Johannes Waibel
Johannes Waibel
Product Ambassador