Project & Time Management Tools For Designers and Agencies

John Reeve | April 15th, 2009 | , , ,

We’d like to thank one of our customers, JLD Creative, for the blog post on Project & Time Management Tools For Designers and Agencies. After reviewing several web-based options — Intervals, FunctionFox, Studiometry, GoPlan, Harvest, Basecamp, Workamajig, Side Job Track, and Clients & Profits — here is what they had to say about Intervals:

We’ve collected a few of the Project & Time Management Solutions we looked at when it came time to replace our home grown FileMaker Pro system. We had a choice: spend time to develop a new web-based system or opt to spend our time getting and completing client business. We chose the later. But evaluating the myriad of options out there is time consuming. Here are a few of the final candidates, and the ultimate winner we selected, Intervals.

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