Here’s the situation: You’ve bashed out a complicated design over two weeks of near full-time effort, gotten everything down to the exact spec of the design file, turn it in for stakeholder review and… you’re way off scope. Turns out a few folks on the team put their heads together, made some changes, and never sent you an updated comp.
The unfortunate truth is that this happens all too often in front-end development, but it’s really no one person’s fault because it boils down to simple collective miscommunication and a lack of transparency on the team.
Well, that’s where a project management platform like monday.com comes into play. Even if you’re on a remote team or sitting in an office with cubicle walls up to the ceiling, monday.com bridges gaps and tears down walls that could throw a project off-track. With powerful and intuitive tools, like instant messaging for those ad hoc meetings, file storage for a centralized repository of assets, and an activity dashboard for catching up on the status of a project at a glance, monday.com brings project out into the light so everyone is in the loop and on the same page.
Seriously, you’ll wonder what you ever did without monday.com in your life once you’ve used it. It does everything any other project management tool can do — from task lists and milestones to budgets and human resources — but does one important thing that separates it from the rest: the personal touch that makes everyone on the team feel valuable, included and heard. That’s tough to beat and unique to the project management landscape.
Like most things, seeing is believing, so give monday.com a try today. The first 14 days are on the house and will give you a feel for what makes it so great.