Here are some amazing random cool stuff that I found on the internet this week - just click and enjoy!
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1. Content Creation:
Movable Ink is a unique platform that allows brands to create and build compelling visual experiences for individual users. Movable Ink is designed with functionalities that provide unique visual experiences based on a user’s individual preferences to ensure a truly personalized experience. For example, Movable Ink helps target creative based on a user’s real-time location, weather, time, and device. This is interactive content at work!
Collaborating on a digital whiteboard with your remote team is a blessing. Add text, audio, and video chat to it and you might as well got the perfect collaboration tool on your hand. Draw.chat does all of that easily. Just create a private meeting room, share the link with your teammates and hop on a quick brainstorming session.
3. Mailbox Collaboration:
Appear.in is the easiest video conferencing channel to use. You can customize and claim your own “room” to host all of your meetings in. Appear.in is definitely for the times we live in now, there are no dial-in options (but you can have audio only). There are no confusing pound signs or stars to hit with awkward music either.
4. Design platform:
Figma is an interface design tool that enables multiple designers to collaborate in real-time. It’s available in the browser, or on Windows, Mac or Linux, and there are both free and paid versions depending on what you use it for.
5. File Sharing:
For free, Hightail lets you share a 200 MB file in one go, or upload more of them at a maximum 2 GB. Many people know Hightail as YouSendIt; a revamp gave it more advanced features than its previous incarnation did. Stronger technological backbone allows it to minimize bounceback, which makes it ideal for teams working together on large-sized documents, images, videos and other files that now typically fly around the internet.
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Project Close Checklist
You finally delivered the project and had the go live drinks. The team is now breaking up but there are a few things the project manager needs to do to make sure the project is closed and wrapped up. These are grouped into:
For articles articles on projects, you can read more here.
You may also find some of the tools and templates that I have used to deliver projects for startups here, including the most popular item in the store, a project quote tool that helps you build a fully costed project commercial model. You can find it here.