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Say It With Fewer Words: How to Build a Custom Bike with Skitch (New Skitch Series)

Posted by Kasey Fleisher Hickey on 27 Apr 2012

Posted by Kasey Fleisher Hickey on 27 Apr 2012

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Skitch lets you get your point across fast. In this new series, we’ll explore the different ways you can communicate visually instead of relying on lengthy emails.

Evernote product manager Jamie Hull is a cyclist. She was working with a Portland, Oregon-based bike manufacturer to build her perfect wooden bike. With Skitch, she was able to ask her questions and show what she wanted by grabbing images from the company’s website. The process took seconds. Imagine how long it would have taken without Skitch.

Jamie was able to confirm the names of her desired wood types (wenge? birch?), then point out which wood types would be used for each bike part. She grabbed the screenshots, added text and arrows using Skitch. Then, simply dragged the images into an email.

What’s your Skitch story? Please share it in the comments!

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6 Comments RSS

  • Denis

    Is Skitch ever coming to Windows? Please?

  • Rob

    Hi I just wonder when or will Skitch ever be available for the computer instead of just for phones?

    • Kasey Fleisher Hickey

      Rob, Skitch is available for Mac and iPad: http://evernote.com/skitch/

  • Brian089

    Brill design

  • vmholladay

    Where can we get step by step instructions on how to do this. Like the multiple pics on 1 page

  • Cutaway Creation

    Fantastic design!