Abstract Reviews

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November 21, 2020
Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 9 out of 10
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The Design, Product, and Engineering teams use Abstract as a point of design collaboration and design/engineering handoff. In addition, the Product Design team uses Abstract to facilitate a feature branch workflow—allowing team members to work on granular elements of larger projects—for Sketch files, design reviews, and management of Sketch pattern libraries. All communications within Abstract create a captured timeline of interactions that are useful for managers to see how projects progress through the design lifecycle.
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February 20, 2020
Christopher Fritz | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 8 out of 10
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A great tool for our design department who use Abstract together with Sketch and Adobe. It is a great tool for collaboration and integration with the different design tools used. It's especially great as we have designers working across the pond who need to work together as a team from different time zones. It gives a good option to work in files and document the process together, with the option of rolling back to old versions.
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January 25, 2020
Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer
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Abstract helps us maintain version management of the design files. It is especially useful for teams to work on the same files in parallel. The idea of using Git to keep your design resources up to date and working is brought to life by Abstract. It is one of the best tools for a designer to maintain and rollback to various versions of their design and nothing is ever lost.
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January 24, 2020
Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 8 out of 10
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  • Our product team uses Abstract in conjunction with Sketch for collaboration, file management, and versioning. It's imperative for us. Our team has three user experience designers and six user interface designers. So while we have a long to-do list, we are always working in groups on a single feature set from wireframing all the way to final designs for IT handoff.
  • Due to that, Abstract allows for robust versioning and file management without losing work. Before finding Abstract a few years ago, my team at the time had to carefully plan what features would be worked on and by who. Then make sure we don't have the same files open via Google Drive and clearly explain what artboards were changed and need to be addressed. It was a nightmare.
  • Abstract scans each of the Sketch files and looks for differences combine work and allows all of us to be working in one file at once.
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Feature Scorecard Summary

Workflow Automation (2)
7.5
Mobile Access (3)
7.0
Search (3)
8.4
Chat (2)
10.0
Notifications (4)
9.2
Discussions (4)
8.0
Internal knowledgebase (2)
7.5
Versioning (4)
10.0
Document collaboration (3)
8.4
Access control (4)
7.4
Advanced security features (2)
5.6
Device sync (3)
9.0

What is Abstract?

Abstract, from the company of the same name headquartered in San Francisco, offers a collaboration tool for developers and others, featuring a version controlled master file set and approval workflow.
Categories:  Collaboration

Abstract Technical Details

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