ProjectHuddle vs Fider: What are the differences?
Developers describe ProjectHuddle as "A WordPress plugin for getting point and click feedback on your websites and designs". It lets your clients and colleagues leave sticky-note style feedback right on top of your designs and live websites. Forget worded, confusing design revisions buried in email chains. Get real, contextual feedback right on top of your project with a single click. And, since it's hosted right in your WordPress site, there's no giving up your privacy or locking yourself into a service you don't control. On the other hand, Fider is detailed as "Open source platform to collect, upvote, discuss and organize customer feedback". It can help to collect and prioritize product feedback so that one can focus on building the right product.
ProjectHuddle and Fider can be primarily classified as "Feedback Widget" tools.
Some of the features offered by ProjectHuddle are:
- Web projects
- Website Design
- WordPress plugin
On the other hand, Fider provides the following key features:
- Share ideas, vote and discuss
- Keep everyone informed
- One click sign in
Fider is an open source tool with 833 GitHub stars and 138 GitHub forks. Here's a link to Fider's open source repository on GitHub.