Edvins Antonovs
Edvins Antonovsmaker • husband • father

What's the best tools you can use to run a remote web agency?

I just assembled a team of developers and I'm looking into launching a web agency as a side hustle. I wonder what tools/products you can recommend in order to run everything remotely.
5 recommended
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    Taskade 3.0

    All-in-one collaboration. Chat, organize, get things done!

    Evan Kimbrell
    Evan KimbrellFounder, Sprintkick · Written
    Taskade is perfect for remote and distributed agencies and dev teams. We use it to work with our team and collaborate with clients.
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    Slack App Directory

    Your go-to for finding apps that work with Slack

    Lisa Dziuba
    Lisa DziubaMaker & PMM. Built & Sold my startup 🦄 · Written
    It's the best choice for remote communication :)
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    Prototyping and collaboration for design teams

    Lisa Dziuba
    Lisa DziubaMaker & PMM. Built & Sold my startup 🦄 · Written
    Will help you to collaborate on the web designs remotely
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    Engagement platform to make your team the best it can be

    Alex Potrivaev
    Alex PotrivaevProduct Designer and Entrepreneur · Written
    Alex Potrivaev made this product
    To run any kind of business, especially a remote one, it’s crucial to ensure that people are aligned and engaged. Couple of years back we had our own remote team, but it was so challenging to make sure that everybody is aligned and performs well. So out of that frustration, we’ve actually decided to build a solution. Teambit can help you empower your team to perform well by making feedback a daily habit. I’ll be happy to give you a hand to set everything up.
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    Free online diagramming tool for developers

    Vladimír Seman
    Vladimír SemanI work at e-commerce · Written
    Vladimír Seman made this product
    If your team needs to create diagrams, try Gleek. It is a free text-to-diagram tool that you can use to create UML diagrams, flowcharts, but also mind maps and other types of diagrams. 👉 Try to type "Shape1-->Shape2" to get an idea