(last updated on April 29, 2014)
The creative review process as I’ve experienced it tends to be somewhat chaotic, encumbered as it is with myriad notes, emails, and documents scattered across half a dozen people and computers. When describing a complex change or nuance, sometimes it’s just easier to draw. But how to integrate that into the Digital Age, and not end up with tons more files or papers to shuffle?
This article on Millimeter describes Pixar’s Review Sketch Tool, which was developed in-house for The Incredibles director Brad Bird by Pixar staff to leverage his preferred way of communicating changes and ideas to people. Fitting tools to existing strength to create a new workflow is the way I like things myself. Kind of a light article, but worth scanning. Via Slashdot.