With an increasing number of team members working remotely or from home, project management tools have never been so important. Bynder’s creative project management tool enables team members to collaborate on creative projects in an organised and structured way.
Workflows can be designed for the specific project in mind. Usually, the first step in a workflow will be the briefing for the designer. Once this is entered into the workflow, the workflow can be moved to the next stage. Once it is moved to the next stage, the person responsible for the next stage is notified of what they need to do, and when they need to do it by.
The next stage is normally down to the designer. The designer can view the brief submitted at the previous stage and then use that to inform the design. The designer can upload a draft of the creative to the workflow, using the drag and drop upload functionality. Once the draft is uploaded, it can be sent to the approval stage. At the approval stage, users can accept or reject the creative. If the creative is rejected, then users can add annotations to the creative to explain how it can be improved. If at any point you want to bring a section of the workflow to the attention of another user, you can tag the user in the comments section. That user will then get an email notification.
Bynder’s unique creative project management module helps to improve the effectiveness of your project management. By keeping the whole project management process within the creative project management tool, managers have complete visibility over the whole process. It also means that creative briefs, comments and annotations cannot be lost or buried in emails, as all information relevant to the project is kept in the workflow. And additionally, stakeholders within the workflow have clearly defined roles and tasks, which ensures that there is no confusion when it comes to the roles people are performing to get a job done. All these factors lead to a more efficient and streamlined creative project management process.