close up of droping token in feedback Frames

Find Agreements Fast!

The smartest tool for prioritizing in a group

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board members using feedback frames

* No batteries required *


How They Work

Feedback Frames - drop one token per frame to vote your opinion

Use them for…

  • strategy workshops
  • public consultation
  • team collaboration


  • customer feedback
  • classroom engagement
  • audience response
Feedback Frames Ontario scientists
Scientists prioritize research on the Great Lakes using Feedback Frames prototypes (2016)

Reliable Instant Visual Results

Feedback Frames open and closed

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Works for Any Age & Any Topic

Whether it’s the boardroom, classroom, innovation lab, or community hall, Feedback Frames encourage confidence.

Facilitators at IAFNAC


Kids children students using feedback frames


Secret Voting

Votes are anonymous. Each participant’s vote remains confidential while providing their opinions. This avoids the bandwagon effect and groupthink. You simply can’t achieve this with sticker voting.

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Customizable Rating Scales

Modify one of our free templates or create your own rating sheet.

Fits standard legal size (8 ½” x 14”) paper.

Use any rating scale that suits you in any language you can write!

different scales

Many Token Styles

By using different coloured tokens you can easily represent many different kinds of participants.

Each column fits 30 standard tokens. It also fits most coins.


Validate Results

Use participant signatures to confirm one vote per person. The number of tokens dropped should equal signatures listed. No ballot box stuffing here.

Signatures on statement sheet for Feedback Frames


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Adrian SegarAdrian Segar, author of “Conferences That Work: Creating Events That People Love”

“…a refreshing alternative to the complex (and typically expensive) high-tech audience response system methods routinely used for anonymous voting at meetings.”

dave meslinDave Meslin, TED Speaker, best selling author of “Teardown: Rebuilding Democracy from the Ground Up”

“Feedback Frames provide an alternative to the toxic polarization between fabricated Yes/No dichotomies – allowing any government, agency or community group to accurately collect nuanced data that reflects the diverse opinions in a room. No other system or tool provides the amount of flexibility, accuracy and convenience that has been designed into Feedback Frames.”

mimi thomasMimi Thomas, Elementary School Teacher, Toronto District School Board

“What a fun and smart way for prioritizing student questions for inquiry based learning.  For peer evaluation, I’m sure classmates would appreciate the anonymity.  And wow, could this help in staff meetings too!”

craig freshleyCraig Freshley,   expert facilitator, author of “The Wisdom of Group Decisions”

“In any meeting, seeing what everyone thinks is a huge challenge. Feedback Frames provide a way of doing that; efficiently and reliably.  For those of us who prefer analogue tools rather than the latest app!”

Lucy C-ELucy Cole-Edelstein, Director of Straight Talk, award winning Australian public consultation firm, IAP2 Certification Trainer

“I can’t wait to use Feedback Frames for community engagement – practical and effective!”


rob purdieRob Purdie, Agile Coach, IBM. Founder, NYC Scrum User Group

“Ideal for evaluating options and priorities within face-to-face teams. Upgrade your collaborative workshops!”

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