Collectivity is a web application focused on connecting creative thinkers around the world for cross-media collaboration. The exclusive, invite-only platform allows users to view inspiring work, connect with like-minded people, develop concepts from scratch, present and critique iterations and fully execute collaborative projects. A one stop shop for digital collaboration, Collectivity offers portfolio browsing, on-site collaboration tools and a project management system, all in a responsive format.
Collectivity is currently only a concept and not a functioning web application.
The landing page of Collectivity provides general information, shows an example of how connections are made, explains on-site tools and offers testimonials from happy users. After learning about the site, users can request an invitation by providing a bio, portfolio link and message of intent.
Invitation & Account Activation
Collectivity uses an invitation based sign up to maintain a high level of quality content and ensure only serious users are on the site. Each request form is reviewed by a team of site moderators and if they feel that the applicant is a good fit, they are emailed an invitation and activation link. Users can follow the link and activate their account and create an account.
Site Tour & User Profile
Once users have access, they are given an interactive tour including video tutorials for features and useful tips for making connections. Next, users create a profile which includes a bio, capabilities, a profile photo and a portfolio. Collectivity integrates directly with Behance allowing users to easily add work to their profile.
The CoLab houses on-site collaboration tools which can be utilized simultaneously and users can easily customize their workspace. Tools and features of the CoLab include: video & text chat, a real-time collaborative sketch board, mood board tools, real-time file dropping, mind mapping tools and an interactive calendar & project timeline planner. All of the tools support versions so users can easily pick back up on an earlier concept.