ThinkHub Use Case: Product Design

There are several ways ThinkHub can facilitate product design. In this example, we’ll show you some of our top recommendations for designing products onThinkHub.

1. Canvas

With a large virtual Canvas that easily zooms in and out, product designers can showcase the full scope of their current design project with side-by-side images, pdfs, spreadsheets, presentations, and more.

2.  Sessions

Many designers choose to save their sessions based on each project. This way, you can save all websites, videos, pdfs, and images as you go. You also have the ability to recall the saved session and make any updates or changes necessary at any time.

3. Groups

This customer chose to organize their content by creating groups with names such as "Samples", "Design" and "Sizing Chart". They are also utilizing the “theme” feature found in groups. Group Theme allows you to apply a certain “theme” to a group so if you move content from one group to another, it takes on the attributes of the group it’s moving to. When a task is finished, the note containing the task can be moved from ‘To do’ to ‘Done’.

4. Annotation tools 

With ThinkHub’s built-in annotation tools, you can mark up images, documents, videos, and more. This allows you to make side-by-side comparisons and give feedback on designs in real-time.

5. T1V app — Touch Control

T1V app’s "Touch Control" feature is helpful for designers working with Product Design apps such as Adobe, AutoCAD, Onshape, and more.  When sharing your screen to ThinkHub, Touch Control allows you to manipulate your screen (and any apps running on it) from ThinkHub, so you can share your mock-ups and revisions in their native format with your team—even if they don’t have access to the same software as you.