The coolest thing from Under the Radar

I think it was Concept Share, a system that lets designers interact with their clients on things like brochures, business cards, logos, and other designs that they need to work together on.

There was more too that was cool, but I have to do chores for Maryam, so more later.

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Comments

  1. That looks superb! We are just looking at using Raindance at work. Great concept, but generally people struggle to create a new folder let alone use something like this!

  2. That looks superb! We are just looking at using Raindance at work. Great concept, but generally people struggle to create a new folder let alone use something like this!

  3. Guys, get in touch with Scott Brooks at Conceptshare – a really nice guy and very helpful.

    They have slogged their guts out to make this work and look to be doing a great job too.

    They do for a fraction of the cost EXACTLY what my MD has just paid £35k for…and I do mean EXACTLY the same.

    Well worth a look.

  4. Guys, get in touch with Scott Brooks at Conceptshare – a really nice guy and very helpful.

    They have slogged their guts out to make this work and look to be doing a great job too.

    They do for a fraction of the cost EXACTLY what my MD has just paid £35k for…and I do mean EXACTLY the same.

    Well worth a look.

  5. Toronto-based Octopz (www.octopz.com) offers something similar that can also handle dynamic media (audio, video, animation, quicktime vr). What is it with Canadian cos and collaboration software?

  6. Toronto-based Octopz (www.octopz.com) offers something similar that can also handle dynamic media (audio, video, animation, quicktime vr). What is it with Canadian cos and collaboration software?