One thought on “Online collaboration tools – My picks”. Perihan Aykurt on 18/02/2013 at 9:17 PM said: Very useful article, thanks for sharing! I agree with you in the matter of ConceptShare tool. It is a great tool to collaborate ...
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Whether it’s a design firm sharing thoughts on a logo design, a photographer and retoucher reviewing notes on a beauty shoot or a couple collaborating with an interior decorator on their child’s room redesign—easy, intuitive visual collaboration can be elusive for any group working together on a highly visual project. We’ve all been there—endless e-mail chains with massive attachments, cumbersome PDF mark up or project management interfaces not designed with image sharing in mind...
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