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:
Scoop.it is a content marketing software company. They operate the Scoop.it platform, a Content curation service, and market their content marketing software to businesses.
Moovly is used by many of the worlds largest and most successful companies to make their videos and whiteboard animations. Sign up free to Moovly and start to create presentations, animations or multimedia content. There are several free templates to start. Also, you can add your own images, sounds and video clips to the animation. There are possibilities to view, edit, delete and restore the created video on Moovly at any time. Also, the video can publish on YouTube and Facebook.
If you’re into a note-taking application designed for teams, Notejoy is a nifty option that provides the real-time collaboration and discussion across desktop, mobile, and web. It’s a lot like an Evernote alternative that’s been built with more of a focus on teams, so you can easily create libraries that are shared and synced with other members of your team.
4. Design platform:
Figma is an interface design tool that enables multiple designers to collaborate in real-time. This is very effective when you have multiple stakeholders in the project that are involved in shaping the outcome. 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:
Dropmark provides simple collaboration and file sharing in the cloud, with drag-and-drop facility from your desktop to browser, so your files are automatically uploaded to the cloud. You can invite colleagues to view and collaborate privately, and organize files into collections with sharable shortlinks.
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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:
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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.