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Loom for Design

Design together with video

From the first presentation to the final pixel, design teams move faster and more efficiently with async video messaging.

User walking through a design file using Loom
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Why Design teams use Loom

  • To record presentations
  • To deliver feedback faster
  • To ensure smooth hand-offs
  • To share knowledge

Share your work with a click

Whether you’re presenting a rough idea or a polished final pass, Loom lets you share your work effortlessly using async video.

  • Share ideas in high resolution

    Speak to your vision while sharing your design as you record your screen, camera or both with Loom.

  • Add context to your concept

    Use video to document the thinking behind your ideas and loop in the right people at the right time, with the right context.

  • Send your video with a link

    Use Loom’s instantly-generated links to share your video in Slack, Figma, Sketch, and anywhere else your team works.

Features

  • Calls-to-action

    Add links to design files and other resources for viewers to reference.

  • Drawing tools

    Emphasize mouse clicks and draw on your screen as you record.

  • Rich reactions

    Give viewers the ability to add comments and react to your video with emojis.

  • Content security

    Restrict viewing by email address and add password protection.

Send and receive clear feedback

Say goodbye to marked-up PDFs. Loom gives you a faster, more effective way to review work with your team.

  • Streamline collaboration

    Get feedback right when you need it so you can iterate quickly and get sign-off sooner.

  • Mark up your screen

    Use Loom’s drawing tool to illustrate your ideas on screen and add clarity to your design concepts.

  • Make feedback fun

    Quickly respond to teammates' videos with a few comments, or a few emoji to give two thumbs up – or twenty.

How to Run an Asynchronous Design Critique

Make hand-offs smooth

Don’t let key details get lost in a thread. Loom’s async video makes it easy to share your vision with developers so they can help bring it to life.

Two side-by -ide looms showing design on one half and code on another

Share knowledge

Collect and organize all the information your team needs in one easy-to-access place.

  • Document team info

    Build a library of content your team can reference, from design tips to platform-specific guidelines.

  • Accelerate onboarding

    Ramp new hires faster using recorded walkthroughs of your design systems and processes to get them up to speed.

Why Asynchronous Communication is Ideal for Weekly Team Updates
Loom enables us to maximize our impact as a distributed company by helping us collaborate and share ideas more easily.

Andrew ReynoldsDesign Lead at MetaLab

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More than 14 million people across 200,000 companies choose Loom

Running a remote engineering organization, I can unequivocally say that we'd be lost without Loom. It enables rich async messaging with better context than written word. And using it for demos in our Code Reviews has yielded far less buggier code and a QA mindset.
Eric Nograles

Eric NogralesDirector of Engineering at Crossbeam

On outreach in particular, prospects respond well to the human element of Loom. They get to hear a real person communicating with them, but they’re not obliged to pick up the phone, which is very powerful.
Tyson Quick

Tyson QuickCEO at Postclick

My teammates and I love using Loom! It has saved us hundreds of hours by creating informative video tutorials instead of long emails or 1-on-1 trainings with customers.
Erica Goodell

Erica GoodellCustomer Success at Pearson

Loom, with the little face bubble in the corner, is so powerful. It works so much better than traditional formats, where an audio track runs over animation or a slideshow. Having a real face in the corner adds personality and brings the storytelling to life.
Chris Radtke

Chris RadtkeSr Director of Content Marketing at Braze

Running a remote engineering organization, I can unequivocally say that we'd be lost without Loom. It enables rich async messaging with better context than written word. And using it for demos in our Code Reviews has yielded far less buggier code and a QA mindset.
Eric Nograles

Eric NogralesDirector of Engineering at Crossbeam

On outreach in particular, prospects respond well to the human element of Loom. They get to hear a real person communicating with them, but they’re not obliged to pick up the phone, which is very powerful.
Tyson Quick

Tyson QuickCEO at Postclick