Volley is a QA solution that allows designers to provide instant visual feedback to ensure their designs are built successfully. More

As a web or product designer, you’ve had plenty of projects where your vision wasn’t executed exactly like you envisioned (I was thinking subtle product displays, but…I guess we’ll go with the scrolling WordArt?).

Offering feedback through endless emails, spreadsheets, and design docs isn’t always the best—or fastest—way to communicate changes.

Simplify the review process with an easy way to provide instant feedback pinpointed to specific design elements.

Introducing Volley.

With Volley, you can quickly and easily capture feedback on any website—even staging sites.

Using the browser extension, you can leave notes and feedback pinpointed to specific design features and add attachments.

Volley renders pixel-perfect screenshots as part of the feedback, allowing for a better understanding of all comments. No more games of Telephone via email!

Leave review notes pinpointed to specific design elements using the browser extension

All your personal and team projects are stored on Volley’s central dashboard for easy access.

All of your design projects are saved directly to your dashboard for easy access

With Volley, it’s quick and easy to invite others to leave feedback and comments on a project.

Invite others to review projects, collaborate, and provide feedback in just a click of a button

With a Volley team plan, the owner of the account can create teams and add projects to those teams.

Members of a team have access to every project in the team as well as the ability to use every feature of Volley during the review process.

Add members to your team to share and collaborate on projects with your team

Volley stores all of the feedback left on design projects in the form of clickable notes within your project workspace.

All feedback is stored in clickable notes within the project workspace for easy collaboration

With so many team members leaving comments across design projects, the process can feel like Nana’s Zoom birthday party with the whole fam—disorganized, stressful, and lengthy.

Designers have more control over their vision and developers have better direction. Win-win.