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What is a good project management program?
Windows? Or cac osx?
I would check your local community college or university for a continuing education class or certificate.
I've thought of doing this program so I can be the one that tells designers at 4:45 pm that the client wants to see final files first thing in the morning and that I'm leaving early so if you have any questions ask now.
I am looking into Basecamp. Any feedback?
I've heard good things about Basecamp. But I would definitely like to hear about possible other options, and comparisons.
ActiveCollab is nice but bloated I say.
Eskema suggested: http://Projectbubble.com/
That looked like the winner to me after trying ActiveCollab.
AC is nice if you've got the endless hours to make it look good, figure it out, manage all the permission and so forth. And then it doesn't share images.
I really like www.conceptshare.com also, and use it quite a lot.
project pier its free and with the azure blue skin looks pretty much and functions like basecamp plus you can host it yourself
action method is nicely presented, but IIRC it's expensive.
most of the web-based platform are good for interacting with teams but rather fiddly when it comes to in-detail planning/budgeting. try Merlin. it is quite cool, and you can import work from project (quite handy when you are jumping into other people's stuff, as it's the standard.)