In our opinion – The best online tools for startups, Part IV

Posted on April 25, 2016

We live in interesting times, now more than ever before market offers us many, many tools which help us manage our small, medium and large companies. Once again we picked the most interesting ones.

Take a look at 4 very useful platforms. Every of that offers another way to make your activities more effective.

Uxpin.com – Tired of using tons of papers to project your app or site? Want prototype really fast ? Everything connected with early process creating applications and websites would be easier if you use UXpin. This is really huge tool, full of functionalities helping you with every step on your way to well planned product. Map of your website, wireframes, prototypes, graphic mockups and everything can be shared live with your coworkers. Work is really pleasant while you can use mainly drag and drop system. Integration with Photoshop and Sketch is also great advantage. Intuitive, simple to use but allows to reach the most advanced results. Moreover UXpin offers you many sources of knowledge (the largest library of free UX ebooks, really well-presented video tutorials in their newsletter).  Currently it seems to be one of the best platform for ux and graphic designers.

Pricing/ month:

19 $ – BASIC – Good for freelancers and small companies

29 $ – PRO – Good for Pro’s in agencies and mid-size companies

49 $ – PRO + -Good for Pro’s in agencies and mid-size companies

 

Ticksters.com – really young and fresh and directed mainly to social media freaks but according to recent business trends I can easily classify it as a business friendly tool. I don’t know even how to start. Start with amount of integrated platform or maybe variety of options for both small and huge companies? I would say even more, it’s not only for companies, in fact everyone who cares about his image in internet should at least take a look on ticksters. You can easily track your progress on almost every platform (Facebook, Twitch, Google Analitycs, YouTube, Twitter, Instagram, SoundCloud and much much more). “Almost” means that if you want to track data from platform that is still not integrated with ticksters just let them know about it. Charts, regular reports, unlimited number of dashboards everything in one place and excellently presented. Check it.

Pricing:

For now it’s free

 


Prowly.com –  for companies increased enough to be step behind social media (or for PR specialist). Currently filling the market gap really useful tool to be in touch with media, journalist and reporters.

Creating database of journalist containing not only contact details but full range of informations about that person, creating campaigns for media, easy possibility to send it to people interested in it, collecting informations from many sources about brand. That are just some functionalities offering by prowly. But believe me: prowly is useful but furthermore it is cute! Just looking great and for sure you will fall in love with using it.

Pricing/month:

89 € – Small 

369 € – Medium

595 € – Large

 

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ProjectManager.com – It’s never easy finding a good project management software with all of the tools you and your team need to get the job done. If you’re trying to build your company or product this tool is a step in the right direction. The software allows you to plan out every step of all your projects and coordinate your team accordingly. One of the most useful features in ProjectManager.com is the Gantt chart. The feature makes it easy to see the big picture which can be very valuable when it comes to keeping your team motivated. Pricing starts at $20/user for 10 users and if you have 20 users, the price per user drops to $15 per user.

 

More useful apps:

The best online tools for startups, Part I

The best online tools for startups, Part II

The best online tools for startups, Part III

Krzysztof Pawlak

Project Manager & Tester