Spotlight On NW Creative: Black Tonic

Portland startup Black Tonic is offering creative professionals exactly what they need–greater control of remote creative presentations.

Black Tonic presenters can modify the presentation material on-the-fly and choose in real-time what the audience sees on the presentation web page.
Co-founder David Price says, “Clients see only what presenters are putting in front of them, and presenters are able to change their material behind the scenes and adjust flexibly. Creatives will never have to email a PDF to another client again.”
Portland-based design consultancy, WOLVERINE, developed the software technology, which uses only HTML and JavaScript. The service requires no software or plug-in downloads.
User account subscriptions start at $15 per month and include unlimited presentations and image uploads to Black Tonic’s secure server.
[via Silicon Florist]

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