Superpowers for Design Teams

I've often felt that project management software wasn't designed with design teams in mind. In most scenarios, the dominant applications were focused on engineers or project managers. I decided to build project management software specifically solving the problems that design teams face.
By focusing on design teams, a number of important differentiating features revealed themselves, namely: design systems, design feedback, and design processes. I fine-tuned these features through constant iterative improvement through coded design prototypes.
Trino is the first time I've built a product myself. I learned the Bubble platform to bridge the gap between my front-end knowledge and all of the knowledge necessary to build a fully-functional SaaS app.
Trino is doing well and attracting new users every day. It's free for a single user, so give it a try!
The marketing site, which focuses on Trino's namesake (neutrino, which is a neutral subatomic particle).
Coded design
The view of a single project in Trino. The central components are: Tasks, Users, Designs, and Comments.
Coded design
The Task detail screen. Tasks can have rearrangeable action items, comments, and designs attached to them.
Coded design
A team member's design feed. Each user's design work would be separately viewable (similar to Dribbble), so the whole team could view their work.
Coded design
An Atom, as represented within a design system. As part of my own work, I've often wanted to track individual tasks on design system components. So I developed a way to do that in Trino.
Coded design
You can sign up for Trino right now and see if it's helpful for you or your design team. I continue to improve the features as I have time and am looking forward to seeing how it evolves. As more design teams contribute their feedback, I'll be able to focus on features that deliver the most value.
I know how to bring designs to life. My coded designs are detail-oriented and literally save partners tens of thousands on front-end development.
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