video reviewing, interactive feedback and even storyboarding templates.
“With Movidiam, we have looked at the transient, project-by-project
nature of the film industry and focused on fusing a social network and
project management tools specific for commercial filmmaking. By
creating profiles, filmmakers become visible to those searching for their
talents, and can easily collaborate with project management features,”
says Movidiam co-founder George Olver. “A lot of the collaboration tools
currently on the market aimed at filmmakers are single-proposition
tools that look at one element of the process. With Movidiam, we’ve
looked at the process as a whole from profile search and networking,
through to project management and payments.”
One of the most intriguing aspects of Movidiam is its “testimonial
credit” reputation system, designed to help good work to be shared
and recognized within the network and within the industry.
Movidiam has also created a secure payment option for freelancers.
Now you can pay or get paid from around the globe in multiple
currencies. Combine all of this with Movidiam’s identity verification
system, and you have the makings of an accurate, trustworthy
ecosystem for creative professionals.
With a free account you can showcase your work, connect with
the community, work on projects, and even get paid through their
payment systems. Plans that include the use of Movidiam’s project and
team-management features start at $25/month.
Collaboration and Client Feedback
One of the biggest headaches for creative professionals working
remotely is to connect with clients for feedback and approval.
Miscommunication between you and a client can cause delays and
problems down the road. Whether your fault or not, clients won’t
recommend someone they’ve had communication problems with,
particularly if they affected the final product or deadline.
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