Here's just a few places we've been covered.
“Cage does away with the need for sprawling group email threads discussing revisions, replacing them with a simple interface that lets anyone view the current draft and highlight any element they’d like to discuss by drawing a box around it. Each highlighted element then has its own discussion thread, allowing everyone involved in the project to have their say in a format that’s easy to keep track of, and, most importantly, tied closely to the design work itself."
“A product like this is important in the visual field, where an artist can open themselves up to criticism that, frankly, doesn’t make a lick of sense.”
"When designers are working on a project, presenting progress and interacting with clients can result in endless email chains. Oklahoma-based startup Cage wants to provide a platform where designers can organize their projects, and communicate with their clients for feedback and approval. Cage launched in private beta at SXSW in 2011, and has more than 20,000 designers and creative professionals the platform internationally. The company just launched in public beta, and counts designers from Pixar, Walmart and Facebook as users."
“Cage has come a significant way. The addition of video support is really great, but I particularly love the integration of tasks which means it can be taken as an all-in-one project management solution. Cage is even better than the critically-perfect version we reviewed last year, and is still worthy of a look."
“Google docs 2.0 - Cage, a new online collaboration tool, just launched. The venue provides a secure environment for creative teams in web, mobile, print, video, design, 3D and motion graphics to present their work for feedback and approval."
“Anyone who has ever done design work for a client, company or even just a friend knows how difficult the feedback stage can be. Whether that feedback comes in the form of phone calls, emails or meetings, getting on the same page is a challenge. One startup out of Oklahoma City wants to change that. With its product Cage, BitConfused is working to make collaboration simple. As its website states, Cage is a simple way for designers and teams to share, manage and approve their creative work. Built by the team at BitConfused, the product features a nice, clean environment for the creative to receive clear and organized feedback from the client or team member. The user is given a small crosshairs and can highlight the specific area of a design on which they want to comment. The feedback is then threaded in a clean interface, and other members can weigh in."
"A four-person startup company that has rebuffed offers from Silicon Valley and elsewhere to remain in Oklahoma City has launched a public beta of its software designed to help creative teams collaborate online. BitConfused created Cage, which is designed to allow users to upload and present files, manage tasks, organize revisions and receive approvals in one secure environment."
"Over the last few years, I’ve seen countless promo videos for startups. From Kickstarter pipe dreams to over-funded, under-conceptualized brain farts, there’s a huge spectrum of videos whose focus is to get you interested in something that is, at best, a newborn. At worst? A stillborn.
This is one of the most effectively written, shot and animated promos for a startup that I’ve seen. Something you don’t normally see in these types of videos is genuinely good acting. But there are some nice emotional moments in this Cage promo. Believably twisted visages emote a wide array of relatable pain points."
"Cage promises an end to 'mundane collaboration processes' by eliminating email tennis, 'marathon client meetings and folders full of mockups'”
"If you create graphic designs for others, be they clients, friends or family, you’ll know just how frustrating it can be to get feedback on your work in a simple way. Cage is a new Web app from Oklahoma-based BitConfused that aims to solve this problem in style. It’s easy to see how Cage could be integrated into project management suites like Basecamp, but even on its own it’s an elegant solution to a common problem.”
"CAGE is an awesome collaboration tool that allows you to manage projects and share images (whether they be a screenshot of a web page, or just an image of something else) of your work. Your team and/or your clients can login too and add comments to highlighted areas, furthering the collaboration abilities of your design team.”
"Cage is a site for designers to share their work, collaborate, and get feedback.”
"Cage is a web-based tool that designers can use to present their work to clients, colleagues, and anyone else online. In three simple steps, a freelancer artist or ad agency team can upload, share, and collaborate on a design.”