build a product, design a personal website, write a book, etc…
… you eventually have to tell the world about it.
But telling the world about something you created can be the scariest thing.
In fact, a lot of creative people fear sharing their work.
- They fear sharing work that is not perfect.
- They fear rejection.
It’s just so much easier to keep building. Getting to perfect.
Today I’m sharing something I built with you. And yes I’m scared…
A tool for web designers and web developers.
To be more exact:
We’re building a Chrome extension that lets you annotate specific DOM elements on any webpage.
You can then share those annotations with others so they can view and comment your annotations.
But you know what?
It’s far from perfect!
But the main functionality is there.
And we think it’s pretty cool and potentially a super useful tool for web professionals.
Here’s a 1 min video of Juntoo in action:
Here’s the deal:
If you’re a web professional and you love trying new tools please head over to: juntoo.co and give it a spin.
How to start annotating web projects with Juntoo
1. Go to https://juntoo.co
2. Login and add the Juntoo Chrome extension to Chrome:
3. With the Juntoo extension installed you can annotate any element on any webpage by clicking the Juntoo extension button to activate annotation-mode:
4. Highlight the element you want to annotate:
6. Add your annotation:
7. Save it:
All your annotations are saved in your Juntoo dashboard:
Here’s the URL again: https://juntoo.co
Thanks for trying it out!