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What our fans say about TinkerList
With TinkerList, a lot of editorial and production activities are bundled into one platform, finally. You feel that TinkerList is developed, starting from the needs of its users, the platform is at the service of those users and their creativity. As a result, it is not only user-friendly, but time-saving as well.
What we found in TinkerList and nowhere else, is an intuitive and highly flexible tool to streamline group collaboration on our tv show, while always keeping an easy overview of the entire process. I would recommend it to anyone!
Jonas Geirnaert, Showrunner, Woestijnvis
As lead producer and show runner, TinkerList is ingenious in its simplicity to make television, from start to finish. From ordering ideas to brainstorms, to writing out scenarios, to consultations with directors and executive producers while recording in studio. TinkerList saves you from messing around with different versions of print outs, different versions of research work, etc. At every step in the process, you maintain overview.
Johan Terryn, Showrunner, ManOverboord
TinkerList was a huge help in the process of making ‘WiFi in Tahiti’. Everyone in the editorial team is raving about all the possibilities TinkerList offered and will offer us in the future. We are huge fans and proponents of working with TinkerList in the future.
In every feature, you notice that TinkerList is made by TV makers. The platform really invites to work collaboratively and creatively. And that’s mostly because of the ease-of-use and the work logic. I am absolutely no geek or early adopter, but even for me TinkerList extremely usable and logical.
Ward D’Hulst, Showrunner, De Allesweter, VRT
When I reflect on how we worked before TinkerList, this was really old-fashioned.. Finally, we are making television like we should in the 21st century. Now we are using TinkerList from the start of an idea until recording in studio. If you imagine how unwieldy we worked before, with TinkerList we took 17 steps ahead!
TinkerList is a completely new way of television making. The flow remains the same but now, we can focus 100% on creativity and the end result. We couldn’t do without anymore
Sam Van Hellemont, Showrunner Bart&Siska, Alaska
Tinkerlist reduced our efforts to integrate the game themes and questions by 80%, and allowed for real-time ‘last minute changes’ without having to stop the show. No more copying movies and still from an external hard drive to the graphics machine, hours before the show. Tinkerlist reduced the time-before-game to literally zero minutes. It allows for last minute creativity and real-time integration with the gaming software – not having to waste time preparing graphics and needless copying from remote systems to the in-studio graphics machine.
Bart Delathouwer, Game Software Developer, Cue Graphics
With TinkerList we compose our show in an intuitive manner, and we maintain oversight, with the entire team, in every sage, from the first formulation of a question, to the finished script for an episode.
Hans Van Gasse, Showrunner Allesweter, VRT
With every production I ever worked on, after a while you would get lost in a horrible folder structure. Since TinkerList, this is not only more clear, also the exchange of information between the different roles, and between the different stages in production is much more fluent. Even this fluent, that I cannot think of how we managed this before.
Tom Baetens, Creative Writer, Panenka
Flexible and versatile. For us game software developers, this is the ideal back-end. Every show should make use of TinkerList.
Theo de Moree, Game Software Developer, MarketGraph
TinkerList offers us, television producers and content writers, the ideal tool to assemble every single part of the tv making process. Out with the chaotic collection of documents, databases and sheets to have everything covered, in with a user-friendly, transparent and highly efficient tool.
Jo Badisco, Creative Writer, Panenka
Thanks to Tinker list we can give free rein to our creativity, in a structured way. No ideas are lost, everything is immediately cast in the correct patterns. It saves us valuable time.
Sara De Gols, Showrunner, deMensen