We live in the digital world, and a lot of companies (including yours I believe) produce a giant amount of digital content every single day – websites, posters, landing pages, product designs and more. We need to do that as we need to deliver the best visual experience for our clients. It’s hard to imagine now that there was a time when nobody had a website, but actually it was not so long ago. Today we work with different people – designers and web designers, developers, UX specialists, marketers and others to create an outstanding product/service experience. If you manage this process or are involved in, you always try to fasten the process and improve the quality of the product. In this article we’d like to share our approach and show how RealtimeBoard can help you gather feedback and review your team’s work easily.
After several months of (intense) development, we’re finally ready to present the brand new version of RealtimeBoard. The main change has to do with us abandoning the not-so-loved-anymore Flash, and switching to the shiny, fast and mobile-friendly HTML5. But there are other changes under the hood, as well as on the dashboard (no pun intended), that we’d like you to hear about. So, welcome to RealtimeBoard HTML5 beta!
Collaboration is the cornerstone of so many great ideas, and we are always seeking for a way to improve productivity and turn our companies company to the team of superheroes. One of the tools that can help your team be more efficient is visual planning and task management. It works better than to-do lists by making the workflow visible and keeping everyone on the same page. We at RealtimeBoard love visual planning and are working hard to make it simple and efficient.
When you start working on any project, there’s always a ‘magic point’ – the point where your ideas go somewhere from your mind and become not a random set of thoughts but a visible and harmonical system. We at RealtimeBoard love these magic moments and provide you with a lot of tools that can help you on your path to success, and the possibility of creating concepts on the canvas is among them. At the initial stage of a project concept maps can help you organize your thoughts, stay focused, easily explain your ideas to others and, finally, connect the dots. Learn how to create collaborative online concepts with RealtimeBoard – you’ll see that’s it’s super easy and fun.
A lot of us are looking for the ways to be more productive, more focused on our creative work. And we are happy people as there are a lot of tools to help us with that – from pen and paper to complex time management and project management systems. If to-do lists are not enough for your creative mind and you want to go digital, you can easily use RealtimeBoard endless whiteboard to organize your ideas, stories, thought and whatever you need. One of our users, Shayla, told us how she manages the creative workflow.
RealtimeBoard is widely used in education as an important component of paperless classroom, and we are happy that teachers and students share their experience of using RealtimeBoard. Today we are happy to share a great case written by Tim Jefferis, teacher at British boarding school. He explains how he uses RealtimeBoard in the classroom, describes benefits of online whiteboards and gives some tips. Enjoy the story below!
2015 is here, and we are happy to continue sharing inspiring user stories with you. Hope your first days of the year are great and you are ready to unleash your creativity, and use cases from our users are here to give you some inspiration. Today’s hero is Christopher Means, Project Lead at Fallout: Lonestar game, which is developed by remote team. He told us about the organization of teamwork and shared the project workflow. Read this amazing story below.