More and more companies are turning to cloud services for storage of email, documents, spreadsheets and presentations. Below are four common used cloud tools for businesses to use for image or media based projects.
A very well-designed and customisable interface, has the ability to share own content, inspiration and images, and also has a browsing experience to explore other users’ portfolios and projects. You can neatly post all your media in one place: images, audio files, video, text and interactive flash or HTML5 artwork. A perfect layout, organize, and share all types of your media to inspire your fellow co-workers.
With Conceptboard, you can create mood boards, mind maps or conceptual sketches. Although I’m not 100 percent sure what all of those tools are, it does appear to be creative platform where team members can collaborate in real-time about drawings and wireframes. Once an image is uploaded (or hand drawn with their tools) it is really easy to add precise comments, scribble notes with various types of writing utensils, create mockups, share with specific people and more. See below for all you can do with this interface.
Sharesquare may seem like Pinterest, but these two visual pinboards are completely different. It is a social tool for designers, marketers, event planners, among other professionals, to “work as visually as they think,” according to their website. It is like Pinterest in that there are many boards for users to gather and organize images based on category however there are distinctive features like a zooming tool to annotate and arrange pins by folders, drag ‘n’ drop tool, and even real-time collaboration where users can video conference and simultaneously view the same boards for discussion.
ConceptShare is a hub for creative professionals to discuss, debate and decide on visual aspects of their business like print, web and even video mockups. There are some simple tools like highlighters, pen and croppers but there are strategic comment strings that are attached to specific parts of the visual. Companies like Disney Interactive Studios, HBO, and Macy’s all use ConceptShare to communicate and share their creative work.
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