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Productivity tools are one of the main keys to success for graphic design agencies. Utilizing the proper tools will enable graphic design agencies to focus little on productivity techniques, and have more time working on creative content.
Basecamp is an online project management tool. It is cloud-based and good for projects where you need to communicate and collaborate across a graphic design agencies team. With Basecamp, you can set up projects, track tasks and add people to the project for communication.
Basecamp has some key features.
Here are some advantages of using Basecamp.
Flow is a project management tool created by MetaLab and launched in 2011. Flow offers responsive project management, task management, reporting and several other features that can be used by companies or individuals. Flow is equipped with tools that allow you create tasks and subtasks.
With Flow, you can set priorities, dates and reminders and you can sync these with your PC and mobile devices. It also has a calendar feature that allows you to plan weekly and monthly and you can see the tasks set for different time periods.
Key features of Flow
Dropbox is the leading tool for file syncing and sharing and promoting effective communications within teams. Graphic design agnecies can save a file on Dropbox and it syncs with all their devices. You can send files to coworkers and customers quickly and securely and you can access these files in places with limited internet access.
Here are the key features of Dropbox
Skitch is an app by Evernote created to draw the attention of people with annotation, shapes, and sketches to get bring your ideas to life faster.
Here are the key features of Skitch (on Desktop)
Here are the key features of Skitch (on mobile)
Notable is an android app created by Blackberry. With Notable, you can capture screenshots, and add texts or doodles on the image, all in one app.
You can take the screenshot by using your device’s convenience key or by using a swipe gesture. You can then edit the screenshot using markup tools that allow you to add text, create doodles or add stickers. Once your image is done, you can share via BBM or send to note apps like Evernote or OneNote.
With Notable, you can take notes.
You can also use it to mark locations on a map. You can then send this location via a text message to your contact. You can use this to, for example, tell someone where to meet you for lunch.
You can also use Notable to add visual communications to documents, IMs and web pages.
Notable also provides graphic design agencies with a white canvas with which you can create images from scratch, adding images from your gallery or taking a picture with your camera.
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