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  • Getting a Different Perspective on a U.S. Navy Embark

    Cisco Blog » Collaboration
    Kim Austin
    23 Oct 2014 | 1:30 pm
    Fleet Week in San Francisco. It’s when the ships come to town and the focus moves to the waterfront. For [...]
  • General Motors and the "C" Word

    The Culture of Collaboration
    Evan Rosen
    8 Oct 2014 | 6:27 pm
    General Motors CEO Mary Barra is taking aim at the “C” word. “I hate the word culture,” Barra is quoted as saying in an article by Joseph B. White in the September 30 edition of the Wall Street Journal. “Culture is really just how we all behave,” according to Barra. The comments are curious in that Barra testified before a Congressional subcommittee last June that she would GM CEO Mary Barra outlines new strategic plan  (Image copyright GM) not rest until GM’s “deep underlying cultural problems” are resolved. The subcommittee was investigating GM’s failure to recall…
  • Stop Making These 4 Mistakes in 1-On-1s With Your Team

    The Fast Track
    Alison Green
    23 Oct 2014 | 5:00 am
    We recently talked about mistakes to avoid in your one-on-one’s with your manager. This week, let’s look at mistakes you might be making – and should avoid – in one-on-one’s if you’re the boss. We’ve talked about some of the basics in the past: Ask your staff member to prepare an agenda; spend most of your time on items that truly require conversation, not just on general updates; ask probing questions to figure out how work is really playing out; and give feedback as a regular part of these meetings. If you’re doing all that, you’re already ahead of the game! But now,…
  • PhotoMath & Reactions To It From Around The Web

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  • International Facilitation Week’ Twitter Chats – October 22 and 23

    Collaborative Journeys
    Ben Ziegler
    20 Oct 2014 | 9:30 am
    As part of International Facilitation Week 2014,  on October 22 and October 23, renowned UK facilitator @MartinGilbraith and I are hosting a couple of Twitter chats. Martin and I did this (chats) last year, too.  They were a fast-paced virtual exchange, and dare I say – good fun, for all. The chats are the initiative of the International Association of Facilitators (IAF).  They’re open to facilitators of all stripes; anyone involved in facilitating groups, and then some.  If you’re on Twitter, go for it! On October 22, we will reflect on the history of facilitation…
 
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    The Culture of Collaboration

  • General Motors and the "C" Word

    Evan Rosen
    8 Oct 2014 | 6:27 pm
    General Motors CEO Mary Barra is taking aim at the “C” word. “I hate the word culture,” Barra is quoted as saying in an article by Joseph B. White in the September 30 edition of the Wall Street Journal. “Culture is really just how we all behave,” according to Barra. The comments are curious in that Barra testified before a Congressional subcommittee last June that she would GM CEO Mary Barra outlines new strategic plan  (Image copyright GM) not rest until GM’s “deep underlying cultural problems” are resolved. The subcommittee was investigating GM’s failure to recall…
  • Health Insurance Company Experiences The Bounty Effect

    Evan Rosen
    11 Aug 2014 | 6:17 pm
    When Presbyterian Health Plan denied Dave Bexfield of Albuquerque, New Mexico reimbursement for a multiple sclerosis treatment trial, Bexfield launched a campaign to recover the $200,000 he spent on the treatment. He contacted media, bombarded Presbyterian with calls and emails, and ultimately lined his garage walls with the insurer’s denial letters, according to an August 1, 2014 column by David Segal in the New York Times. The treatment was a stem cell transplant trial sponsored by the National Institutes of Health. The trial worked in that Bexfield no longer takes M.S. medication and the…
  • Collaboration Keeps Martini Thriving for 150 Years

    Evan Rosen
    10 Aug 2014 | 5:39 pm
    Winemaking, at its best, involves collaboration. Making vermouth adds a layer of complexity to winemaking and therefore requires an extra dose of collaboration along with added alcohol, sugar and botanicals. Martini, also known as Martini and Rossi, is the top-selling vermouth producer globally. In the building known as Department 54 at Martini near Turin, Italy, winemakers and herbalists Making vermouth involves blending wine and botanicals. (Photo: Gary Sexton) collaborate to blend wine with botanicals. These include such herbs as dittany from Crete, a purported aphrodisiac, and the bitter…
  • Fixing General Motors and Curing Veterans Affairs

    Evan Rosen
    28 Jul 2014 | 3:39 pm
    General Motors chief executive Mary Barra has vowed to change the company’s culture and has testified before Congress that GM has taken steps to increase internal transparency and information sharing. This commitment follows a report exposing that GM discouraged raising or sharing safety concerns. The company commissioned the report, because GM failed to recall thousands of cars with defective ignition switches for eleven years. Similar calls for culture change have followed the Veterans Health Administration’s wait-for-care and numbers fudging scandal. President Obama has remarked that…
  • Pope Francis Promotes Collaborative Structure

    Evan Rosen
    30 Apr 2014 | 8:00 am
    The least collaborative organization is changing its structure. Which organization? Well, here are some of its characteristics. This global enterprise pays a few people to make decisions while everybody else follows orders. The CEO’s direct reports act like a royal court and compete for face time. Senior leaders often live lavishly and consume conspicuously. Headquarters micromanages satellite offices. Bureaucracy and formality reduce efficiency.  Internal competition runs rampant. The command-and-control organizational structure quashes dissent. Sound familiar? This description fits many…
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    The Fast Track

  • Stop Making These 4 Mistakes in 1-On-1s With Your Team

    Alison Green
    23 Oct 2014 | 5:00 am
    We recently talked about mistakes to avoid in your one-on-one’s with your manager. This week, let’s look at mistakes you might be making – and should avoid – in one-on-one’s if you’re the boss. We’ve talked about some of the basics in the past: Ask your staff member to prepare an agenda; spend most of your time on items that truly require conversation, not just on general updates; ask probing questions to figure out how work is really playing out; and give feedback as a regular part of these meetings. If you’re doing all that, you’re already ahead of the game! But now,…
  • How to Measure the Success of Your Project

    Alexandra Levit
    23 Oct 2014 | 4:30 am
    How do you effectively measure the success of a project and then how do you communicate that success to stakeholders? In this interview with program manager Adam Kowal, from Intuit QuickBase, we asked him about ways to help you make sure you’re using and reporting on the “right” metrics. Alexandra Levit: Adam, what should you do at the planning stages of a project to ensure that you are able to effectively measure success later? Adam Kowal:  Ensure the team and leaders are aligned on what you are trying to achieve with the project. Think about why you are trying to affect…
  • How Salespeople and BizDev Can Get the Most Out of LinkedIn

    Heather Krasna
    22 Oct 2014 | 5:00 am
    Over 300 million members in 200 countries use LinkedIn as a favorite professional social network, a way to connect with both friends and potential employers. But if you consider it merely a job search and recruiting tool, you’re missing out. LinkedIn is the single most powerful tool for business development and sales leads—if you know how to use it. Lucky for you, we do. Let’s get LinkedIn to work for you. Before we can start, there are three preliminary steps you must take: Create your profile with your audience in mind. Under your profile summary and the description under your…
  • How Social Media Management Starts with Company Alignment

    Dan Schawbel
    22 Oct 2014 | 4:30 am
    I spoke with Jason Falls, who is the SVP of Digital Strategy at Elasticity. Falls is the co-author of two books: No Bullshit Social Media: The All-Business, No-Hype Guide To Social Media Marketing (Que 2011), co-authored with Erik Deckers; and The Rebel’s Guide To Email Marketing (Que 2012), co-authored with DJ Waldow. Falls is also noted for founding SocialMediaExplorer.com, one of the industry’s most widely read blogs. In the following brief interview, he talks about how to get your employees to understand their role with social media, the type of content they should publish, the…
  • 5 Things Likely to Disrupt Your Project Plan

    Alison Green
    21 Oct 2014 | 5:00 am
    So you’re ready to launch a carefully scheduled project plan. You’ve planned backwards and mapped out each stage of the work and who will be responsible for what, and your project plan is a thing of beauty. What could go wrong? Plenty, it turns out. Here are five of the things most likely to disrupt your project plan if you don’t factor them in from the beginning. 1. Not finding out from the start who needs to be consulted or bought in. While you’re the one who’s overseeing and perhaps doing the work, there may be others in your organization (or even outside of it) who need to be…
 
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    Collaborative Journeys

  • International Facilitation Week’ Twitter Chats – October 22 and 23

    Ben Ziegler
    20 Oct 2014 | 9:30 am
    As part of International Facilitation Week 2014,  on October 22 and October 23, renowned UK facilitator @MartinGilbraith and I are hosting a couple of Twitter chats. Martin and I did this (chats) last year, too.  They were a fast-paced virtual exchange, and dare I say – good fun, for all. The chats are the initiative of the International Association of Facilitators (IAF).  They’re open to facilitators of all stripes; anyone involved in facilitating groups, and then some.  If you’re on Twitter, go for it! On October 22, we will reflect on the history of facilitation…
  • Listener as Storyteller

    Ben Ziegler
    15 Oct 2014 | 10:22 am
    It’s Conflict Resolution Week, here in BC.  The theme is #LetsTalkItOut.  Before we talk, though, better to listen.  Right? And with being a really good listener, one understands the others’ story. We become a storyteller, too. Why listen? A large chunk of what we communicate between us is unsaid. This fact tends to get magnified in virtual settings, largely a low-context medium.  There, even more so, we have to intentionally apply ourselves, as a listener. We want to listen for their story. Your and my worlds intersect. Between us there is some common ground. Yet, there’s…
  • AM-FM: A Formula for High-Context Virtual Communications

    Ben Ziegler
    10 Oct 2014 | 10:48 am
    With all the time you spend online, wouldn’t it be nice if you could communicate more in ways that don’t leave you feeling that you sold out, stooping to the lowest common denominator?  I’m talking to you – high-context communicator.  How can you feel more authentic, real, in your virtual communications? The high-context virtual communications challenge Online, high-context communications, in which simple messages hold deep meaning, can easily give way to more direct forms of communications that are more explicit and non-personal.  In many ways, the virtual world is a…
  • The Price of Convenience: Loss of Connection and Relationship

    Ben Ziegler
    18 Sep 2014 | 3:59 pm
    With a few keyboard strokes, you have it; whatever it is.  A book, groceries, someone to clean your home…  And, at such a convenient price,too!  What’s the rub?  How about loss of connection and relationship?  From a Washington Post article last week about Homejoy (h/t to Jarche for the link), a cleaning services web start-up. …That’s the trade-off in moving toward independent contracting in the service economy, where people order services online just as they would order batteries or a pair of shoes. Homejoy is pitched toward younger people with disposable income…
  • Discover and Story Your Community via YouTube: An example from Uruguay

    Ben Ziegler
    15 Sep 2014 | 4:11 pm
    My mind churned after a fascinating article in Saturday’s Globe and Mail newspaper. A story from Uruguay; on putting a face on the nation, via YouTube; Tiranos Temblad.  Hola, YouTube – the new way of learning more; about your place, people, community, brand.  And, telling a story. Tiranos Temblad    Two artists are documenting the life of Uruguay, one week – and dozens of hours of YouTube footage – at a time.  The artists are filmmaker Augustin Ferrando and photographer (ex-dentist) Fernando Montoro, partners in work and life.  On their YouTube channel, Tiranos…
 
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    Perficient Portals and Social Business

  • Drug or Drug Device Portals

    Michael Porter
    23 Oct 2014 | 8:24 am
    Eugene Sefanov has a nice post on the value of a patient portal for those who use a specialty drug or drug device.  He goes into some detail on the possible use cases with that kind of portal.  I like the approach  he takes.  Just being prescribed a drug doesn’t mean you are going to get the right outcome.  Anything you can do to ensure the patient has all the support he or she needs will improve that outcome. An effective way to provide patient support is through a portal that is specific to a particular drug or medical device. A good case study revolves around a patient portal…
  • IBM, Microsoft to Let Each Other Use More Software in The Cloud

    Michael Porter
    22 Oct 2014 | 6:09 pm
    Interesting news came today. Two software behemoths and sometime fierce competitors have decided that co-opetition may be the best model. IBM and Microsoft today announced a partnership making it easier for cloud customers to access each other’s software. The News IBM cloud users will be able to get Microsoft products like Windows Server and SQL Server, while customers of Microsoft’s Azure service can use IBM’s WebSphere Liberty and DB2, the companies said today in a statement. Clients will be able to cut costs by using software licenses they already own on each company’s cloud.
  • Dreamforce: Community Cloud for Healthcare

    Mark Polly
    14 Oct 2014 | 8:12 pm
    All this week I’m at Dreamforce, the annual Salesforce conference.  Salesforce has come a long way with their platform and they’ve recently introduced Community Cloud.  Community Cloud is an evolution of their portal product and includes many features that we see in other enterprise-class, horizontal portals. We are seeing a lot of interest in portals from our healthcare clients.  At Dreamforce, I attended a session on using Salesforce Community Cloud in healthcare.  I blogged about this on our Perficient Salesforce Blog and I encourage you to read Dreamforce: Community Cloud…
  • Salesforce Community Cloud Roadmap for 2015

    Mark Polly
    14 Oct 2014 | 12:36 pm
    Salesforce Community Cloud can be used for a variety of applications, including sales communities, customer self-service, marketing campaign management, or anywhere you need portal, content and social combined into one experience. At Dreamforce 2014, Salesforce has been having a lot of sessions related to communities and I’ve seen a lot of communities focused on partners.  That is if you are company that has sales partners, dealers, etc. a partner community would be relevant to you.   The Community Cloud sits on top of the Salesforce1 platform and Site.com, so it takes advantage of…
  • Successful Partner Communities with Salesforce

    Mark Polly
    14 Oct 2014 | 10:59 am
    Zero Motorcycles needed a way to consolidate multiple partner-facing systems into a simplified user interface, track sales and monitor participation programs and automate workflows. As we’ve seen from other customers, partners had to login to multiple systems. Using Community Cloud, Zero was able to provide one interface for the partners to login into and get information and process leads and improve sales. Zero’s original model was B2C, thinking that consumers would order electric motorcycles on the net. But that didn’t work out and Zero found out they needed dealerships to…
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    Leader Networks blog

  • Why Listening Communities Belong in Your Marketing Strategy

    Vanessa DiMauro
    20 Oct 2014 | 2:29 pm
    Your content is well-written and well-produced, engaging, even useful. But is your audience really paying attention? We all know what it’s like when someone won’t stop talking — it’s very hard to stay engaged. Have you tried listening to your audience instead? Online communities are primordial (pre-web, even) discussion, content-sharing, and collaboration applications. While many brands use online communities for bottom-line-focused activities such as lead generation, others focus on listening, which helps them uncover powerful sources of customer insights, content, and industry…
  • The Future Of Social Business [Video]

    Vanessa DiMauro
    14 Oct 2014 | 5:36 am
    At the Social Shakeup conference in Atlanta (hosted by Social Media Today) I was delighted to participate in a keynote panel with Jeff Dachis and Renee Ducre to talk about the future of social business. A video of the session was just posted online so I am sharing it here as I think we covered some interesting ground. Our panel discussed where social has been and where it’s headed. Many smart people have been saying for years that at some point in the future we would no longer distinguish “social” business from ordinary business. Now we find social expertise in many enterprise…
  • Gender vs. Generational Divide Tops Findings From The Social Consumer Study

    Vanessa DiMauro
    24 Sep 2014 | 4:10 am
    Don Bulmer and I are thrilled to share the findings of our  latest study, The Social Consumer,  and we think this is the most exciting one yet!  We researched the factors that inform, impact and shape trust, loyalty and preferences of the digitally connected consumer. We tested the belief that brands which can tap into the emotions about and awareness of their values (human/social) are most likely to inspire positive action and loyalty from consumers.  This is our third research collaboration since 2009, as part of our fellowship with The Society for New Communication Research. We were…
  • Big List 2.0: The Top B2B Online Customer Communities 2014

    Vanessa DiMauro
    8 Sep 2014 | 11:00 am
    I am thrilled to share the most comprehensive directory of B2B online customer communities on the web and perhaps even the planet! We published our first Big List in 2011 and just finished an exhaustive period of research and review to bring you the following 106 dynamic communities. From IT pros and CIOs to plumbers, baristas, and dentists. From frequent fliers to small business owners, you’ll find them all and more, right here. The Big List functions as a much deserved acknowledgment of B2B communities and their dedicated community managers, fierce executive champions and collaborative…
  • Spotlighting *Your* B2B Online Community – Call for Participation

    Vanessa DiMauro
    18 Aug 2014 | 9:56 am
    Calling all B2B community builders, the Big List is back! In 2011 Leader Networks, a well known social business research and consulting firm, researched and published a list of the top 71 online customer communities –drawing attention to thriving, dynamic, communities that didn’t receive much fanfare due to their focused audiences and limited public exposure. It holds true today that little is known about many of the most vibrant and visionary B2B communities due to their role as competitive advantages and their importance to their company’s strategic mission. In fact some of the…
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    Collective Self

  • Girl’s Feet

    lori
    22 Oct 2014 | 8:57 pm
    poet, artist find the space your place outside the race where mind goes empty ego floats to grace go there every day No matter what every day if only for a moment Go there Go there Go There now. Can you feel the earth? Her spinning rhythm? Feel your strong and calloused feet moving toward water like water carrying her own back to family Notice your own arrival at the place with empty vessel The dipping into water The scooping up of another world Notice your own return with glowing face supported on strong back and shoulders dripping abundant life for you for beloved others balanced on your…
  • How to Greet a Seal like Eva

    lori
    7 Oct 2014 | 3:24 pm
    It’s really foggy here today. I can see the end of the dock but not much else out there. The whole world looks like a down pillow from my window. As Eva and I walked the beach this morning, a curious seal poked her head out of the water to watch. Thanks to the fog and the tide, she was really close, perhaps just 30 feet away. She followed, popping up to see us every 15 seconds or so. Seals never get this close. In fact, Eva has never noticed seals following us until today. I was standing in the sand at the rounded, low-tide beach right at the point of Sandy Point. Looking back into the…
  • Noticing a Miracle

    lori
    30 Sep 2014 | 1:28 pm
    Our pair of resident bald eagles have been away from home for more than a month — off on a river fishing working vacation, we’ve heard from other neighbors — after their baby grew up and left the nest in August. I didn’t realize how much I’d miss seeing them every morning out the kitchen windows as I make tea. I miss them. A few minutes ago, I heard a deep, ominous buzz coming from our bedroom. It was a mean-looking wasp who had flown in the deck door and trapped herself against the door glass trying to get back out. I sprung into action, herding the cats out of…
  • The Advice of Trees

    lori
    27 Sep 2014 | 12:58 pm
    be extra kind to yourself, little human in this interim span while the world remakes herself for you you are little for a reason take solace in walking outside talking to neighbors touching the soil and water with your so-cool hands eating food you made yourself, and that made for you making love breathing via those miracle lungs of yours immerse yourself in some small thing of beauty to you for you and when you lose track of time celebrate this not-small freedom with a dance of your own making your dancing feeds our roots, and yours stop feeling bad for protecting your tender ears from…
  • Pickle Recipe

    lori
    4 Sep 2014 | 12:18 pm
    We could argue all day about what is and isn’t a poem but let’s not. Keep your perspective. I’ll keep mine. Let’s make pickles in lieu of argument. in my notebooks grocery lists and recipes are tucked among poems like lighthouses for coming back into this body some days they are my favorite poems yesterday two neighbors and I crafted this one together Bread and Butter Pickles, double batch 50 pickling cucumbers 10 onions 4 red bell peppers 8 garlic cloves 1 c salt 6 c cider vinegar 10 c sugar 4 TBS mustard seed 4 tsp celery seed 1 tsp whole cloves 4 tsp turmeric there…
 
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    Partnering Resources

  • Three Notorious Networking Mistakes You Don’t Want to Make

    Maya Townsend
    15 Oct 2014 | 7:31 am
    We need networks to be successful. But don’t make one of these notorious networking mistakes. Have you ever had the feeling that you’re not networking correctly? You might be making one of these notorious networking mistakes. They’re some of the most common ways people undermine themselves while networking: Networking in ways that don’t work for you, Networking only for today, and Forgetting that networking is a two-way street. Read on to see if you’re making these mistakes and, if you are, how you can correct them. For more, visit this article, which was just…
  • The Bottleneck Effect: Are You Getting In Your Own Way

    Maya Townsend
    27 Aug 2014 | 6:39 am
    If you’re the black hole in your department, consider how to leverage your network to get out of your way and get more done. Managers are responsible for product delivery, project implementation, new ideas, and service improvement. But all too often, things don’t go as planned. If you’re in this situation, you might gain feedback like this: You’re not performing up to expectations You need to do better Brush up on your time management Your staff lacks skills and knowledge Your department is under-resourced You may have worked on this feedback without satisfying results. What do…
  • Large Group Ice Breakers: Free Twenty Questions Activity

    Maya Townsend
    30 Jul 2014 | 4:38 am
    Image by Sheila Swan-Scot on flickr. Effective large group ice breakers can be hard to find. I’ve often see leaders simply blow off the initial icebreaker as a waste of time since it’s so hard to find a short, engaging, helpful activity. However, icebreakers have a good purpose: they help people get oriented to who is in the room, focus their energy on the meeting, and participate actively. Twenty Questions is an easy icebreaker that quickly gets people talking and laughing. It can be used with groups as small as ten and as large as two hundred. (Actually, it might be possible…
  • Free Tool: Project Execution Assessment

    Maya Townsend
    9 Jul 2014 | 2:30 am
    Image from aeu04117 on flickr. The best strategies are simply good ideas… until someone implements them. How well does your organization execute? Our Execution Assessment measures performance along five critical dimensions: Strategic Clarity – How well has the organization defined the strategy? How will you know you’re successful? How adept is the organization at understanding progress and adapting to changes that affect the strategy? Right Resources – Does the implementation team have the skills, knowledge, and resources they need to succeed? How well have decision…
  • How to Mobilize a Weary Workforce

    Maya Townsend
    25 Jun 2014 | 11:42 am
    We are challenged to keep employees engaged, innovative, and productive. Yet, they often come across as weary, tenacious survivors. Many of them are tired, stressed, and worried about the future. Employees know enough not to talk about the challenges of keeping up amidst the tumult of organization life, the rapid change, the threats of layoffs, and the continuous “raising the bar.” But in quiet, off-line conversations, they talk about being tired, unengaged, and simply surviving. The costs of non-engagement are high. We live in a world of increasing competition, pressure to lower costs,…
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  • Live cursors now available

    notism
    28 Sep 2014 | 9:34 am
    TweetRight in time for autumn (well at least in the Northern Hemisphere) we have another update for you. Right in the toolbar of the editor you’ll see who’s working on the project right now. Use the option “Show live cursors” to see the cursor movements of all people online in real time. This feature automatically activates itself once there is more than one person working on a project at the same time. Use the people icon to show/hide the cursor movements of your online collaborators. Click on the name of a collaborator and you’ll be taken to the page he or she…
  • Export projects as PDF

    notism
    20 Sep 2014 | 9:38 am
    TweetA lot of you have emailed us and asked for a way to backup things. Now we are coming up with a great solution: PDF export. From now on you are able to export design projects including all images and notes to PDF. This is especially handy if you need to archive your projects for later reference. You’ll find the export feature on the project page right beneath the project you want to export. The export feature will available from our Team plan onwards. The post Export projects as PDF appeared first on Notism - A smarter way to discuss visual content. Free design team feedback &…
  • Mobile projects now available

    notism
    15 Aug 2014 | 11:03 am
    Tweet Hope you have found some time to enjoy summer. We are also back with update news: from today on you can also start and test mobile projects for iPad, iPhone or Android. The post Mobile projects now available appeared first on Notism - A smarter way to discuss visual content. Free design team feedback & prototyping tool..
  • Video collaboration now available

    notism
    2 Jun 2014 | 12:47 pm
    Tweet Yes you heard right video has arrived. Use the whole Notism toolset to review video: Notes, Sketches & Selections. Every time you use a tool Notism adds a timeline marker to the videofile. So it’s really easy to flip back and forth the feedback frames. The post Video collaboration now available appeared first on Notism - A smarter way to discuss visual content. Free design team feedback & prototyping tool..
  • Share and Win

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    21 Feb 2014 | 12:52 pm
    TweetSupport us with a tweet and be in with the chance to WIN 1 of 5 ENTERPRISE subscriptions for a whole year AND 1 of 5 great silkscreen prints by the great guys at stellavie (Include the hashtag #notism to enter the draw) The post Share and Win appeared first on Notism - A smarter way to discuss visual content. Free design team feedback & prototyping tool..
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