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Streamtime is project management software for humans – and the Streamtime Blog is a blog for humans! Whether we’re talking about new product developments, picking the brains of our industry pals or hypothesising about the future of the creative industry, you can rest assured we’ll be thinking big and shooting straight.

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Came across this fun post on mobile nesting dolls from Khoi Vinh’s Subtraction.com blog. They’re by illustrator, art director and maker Kyle Bean.  

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I love the detail and thought that goes into some movies. The elaborate back-stories, the time taken to research period-accurate details and get things just right. Someone once said to me …

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Streamtime loves creatives and their work. In line with that statement, we try to show the love to the talented individuals within the creative industry and the little island at …

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It was big night in Hobart on Saturday 15th November as the winners of the 2014 AGDA awards were announced at a dinner in Peppermint Bay. The awards were the …

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  Ogilvy Paris take it old school by using animated gifs for Netflix’s launch into France.

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Streamtime developer Pius Jeon accepting an award for our Streamtime Web app. As a company, we’ve had the pleasure of winning many industry awards over the years. Yes the entry …

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Recently we asked our clients to take part in a survey. As an incentive, we said we’d send out some beers to one lucky client. We had so many responses …

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The London Design Festival held last week had lots of interesting talks and exhibitions going on all around the city. One of the panels I attended was Co-Design and Collaboration, the …

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To be a profitable creative business you need to have systems in place that will help you gain more control over your projects. Streamtime, Xero and The Wow Company will solve …

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A lovely little short film featuring Jonathan Hoefler & Tobias Frere-Jones before the big split.

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At CreativeMornings Sydney last week, Jason Little gave an inspiring talk on Failure. One of his key points was our failure to talk money. He said, “designers, we’re terrible with …

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We were delighted to pick up the award for Project Management Software at the AUS Mobile & App Design Awards last night. Our Lead Developer Pius Jeon (pictured above left) …

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Every year we like to treat our hard working staff to a bit of a break and some team building. We call this TeamTime and this year Team Northern Hemisphere …

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A few weeks ago this image of Seinfeld’s soup nazi was doing the rounds, and while it made me laugh, it also got me thinking, why is it so important …

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Last week Michael O’Riley (Head of Support) and I attended Business of Software 2014 Europe for two days of inspirational talks and networking. A number of the sessions looked at …

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This month’s CreativeMornings Sydney is a special one. Not only is being held at one of the best venues in Sydney, the Museum of Contemporary Art no less, but it’s …

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I appreciate quality and attention to the smallest detail. I also like to see what creators in other fields are making and how they do it. Here’s four videos of …

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I watched this TED talk the other day from the designer of such famous (or infamous) typefaces as Verdana and Georgia, Matthew Carter. Well worth a watch.

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When I think of creative cities, I immediately think of Berlin, London, New York and Melbourne. But now I can add Tokyo to that list. From the minute you arrive, …

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Take some foodies, a dash of competitiveness, lots of yummy ingredients, add some creativity and you get Streamtime’s Sixty Second Signature Sensations. Signature Sensations is a competition thought up by …

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Remember the first time you rode a bike or drove a car? Remember how nervous you were, and then that feeling of exhilaration when you realised you could do it? …

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It’s a big year for football with the 2014 World Cup just around the corner. As the world’s most popular sport, advertisers know this is a marketing opportunity not to …

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[Illustration by Adam R Garcia] At today’s CreativeMornings Sydney the guest speaker was Jess Scully, who was talking about this month’s topic, Rebel. Jess gave a very inspiring talk and showed …

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  It’s that time of year again when couples around the world are all loved up and florists, restaurants and the greeting card industry are all happy to take their …

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At an estimated US $4 million per 30 second TVC, it’s no wonder that companies advertising during the Super Bowl go all out to create something that’s going to be …

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The trailer has been released, an air date has been announced (April 6 in case you missed it), but it’s still 73 days until we see what happens in Westeros. …

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With the XXII Winter Olympics in Sochi just around the corner, Mashable have sourced some truly amazing images from past Winter Olympics. Their selection includes iconic photos from the first …

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I love Guinness. Not only the taste of their delicious stout but also Guinness as a brand. For years they’ve had some seriously great advertising. Whether it’s their Surfer TVC from 1998 or …

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A great piece of work by Selmore Creative Agency for The Royal Dutch Guide Dog Foundation. While most people associate guide dogs with the visually impaired, this ad shows how trained dogs …

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London based illustrator Lex Wilson has done it again with this fascinating 3D typography. The self confessed “obsessive compulsive illustrator” gives us these amazing optical illusions. Is there no end to his talents? …

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The folks at Living With: have designed some t-shirts, to “encourage, engage, and support new conversations about mental health”. Each t-shirt has a geometric design that represents a behavioural pattern of …

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If you’re after a financial overview of your jobs in Streamtime, here’s a few tips on how to achieve some quick reports  

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Some very funny stuff here from the folks at the quiet room: The *Santa* brandbook.

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Once again we’re proud to be sponsoring CreativeMornings Sydney, which is happening this Friday, 13th December, 8:30am at Hub Sydney. CreativeMornings have announced the theme for December is “Make”, and …

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Something born out of the grieving process, turned into something unexpected for Candy Chang and her Before I Die project Photo from theuntappedsource.com

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It’s just as important to add expenses to a job as it is to record time spent on a job. Expenses can be anything from purchases from a supplier, to …

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CreativeMornings is a free breakfast lecture series for the creative community with 60 chapters worldwide and we’re absolutely delighted to be sponsoring the Sydney chapter. This month’s topic is Bravery …

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“It’s easier to make things people want, than it is to make people want things.” Nice post from the folks over at Intercom.    

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Printed type specimen books are great, but you can’t really put the typeface through its paces. FontFont have made a great microsite for their new typeface family, ffmark.com which lets you …

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The AIGA Dallas/Fort-Worth Design: BigWeek (or for those that prefer more acronyms, AIGA: DFW D:BW) kicks off this weekend, and we’re super proud to be a gold partner. It’s a …

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It makes me smile that this sort of work still goes on. Peter Bellerby opens up his London studio to share the the little-known world of artisan globemaking.

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Pleasure and Pain. Love the Pain. Get the Pleasure. Let’s start with some honesty. Not all creative people are good with detail. There I said it. We try and suggest …

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French artist Thomas Lamadieu creates these amazing “sky art” pictures by combining his illustrations with photographs of sky peeking through buildings.

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Need some subject specific lorem ipsum? Meet the ipsums has you covered with placeholder copy with personality. There’s Cat ipsum, Zombie ipsum and Cheese ipsum just to name a few. …

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Every business can be divided into 3 main worlds.  The yesterday, the today and the tomorrow.   And while each world deserves differing amounts of your time, ignoring any one of …

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As far as signs go, this one’s pretty cool.  

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Last week, a few of us attended a very informative evening learning from Spencer Gallagher what makes a super-profitable creative agency. Here’s a few tips we picked up on the …

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From the site: “Promoting Prosperity is a book about the art of early New Zealand advertising, before colour photography and TV changed the media landscape forever.” New Zealand has a long …

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If you’re an agency owner looking to get the inside track on how to build a £1m turnover agency, you’re invited to join The Agency Collective in London, a group of ambitious …

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Three iPhone 5's in a row

An insightful interview with Peter Belanger, the “man behind some of Apple’s most iconic product images”, on the tools and lighting he uses to get those ultra-simple Apple images we …

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