Design project management just got a whole lot easier with Proof, a web design tool that helps you have conversations and incorporate feedback easier than ever.
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If your New Year’s resolution involves becoming more efficient, you’re in luck. AtTask’s management expert Bryan Nielson has some tips on how to manage your workload. Read on for his advice. For more tips on improving workflow, check out another post from Nielson here. All too often, creative work is compared to working in...
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Project management best practices are critical to any organization's long-term success. HOW's Digital Asset & Project Management event tackles all that you need to know for better project management—to get optimal results from your creative team.
Any team producing a deliverable is engaged in project management. This one-day HOW event will help you remake your project management strategy for better results, more creative output and a happier team!
Join Andy Epstein and other seasoned experts for one-day of intensive programming November 6th in Chicago. Hear why digital asset solutions and streamlined project management are the keys to smoother daily operation of any in-house team!
A strong digital asset and project management foundation is key to saving time, money and cultivating a happier, more productive creative team. Build the skills you need at this one-day intensive HOW Digital Asset & Project Management Conference!
It seems like a simple idea: Improve workflow to stop feeling overwhelmed. But when you are in the throes of creative chaos, making workflow changes seems like just another thing to add to the to-do list. That’s part of the reason why chief marketing officer Bryan Nielson is thrilled to introduce designers to AtTask....
The problem with project-management is that many organizations do not have a plan in place for who is going to bear the weight of keeping the team on track. Without accountability, the responsibility is often not appropriately handled or worse yet, ignored, which opens the door for more complex problems.