Giveaway: Five 1-Year Subscriptions to AceProject

Feb 15 2011 by Jacob Gube | 29 Comments

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AceProject, a collaboration-oriented project management web application, is giving away five subscriptions to their Standard package for one year (worth $240 each). Read on to see how you can participate in this excellent giveaway.

** Update: Giveaway Period Has Ended **

About AceProject

AceProject is a web-based application that will help you manage and organize your projects and tasks, as well as keep them on track and help you manage your time.

The web app is loaded with amazing features. For example, thanks to the timesheet module, you can precisely (and conveniently) track the time you spend working, allowing you to bill your clients and project areas accurately.

timesheet module

The document management feature of AceProject is strong and powerful, with document sharing, versioning, and file locking so that you don’t accidentally delete or edit certain files.

Use AceProject for Free!

Sign up now for a free account, which gives you an account with 5 users, up to 5 projects, 0.25 GB of storage space, and more.

** Update: Giveaway Period Has Ended **

How to Win an AceProject 1-Year Standard Subscription

In order to win one of these excellent prizes, help AceProject tweak and enhance their product by answering the following question (you can sign up for a free account in seconds to review the app):

  • Interface and usability wise, how could they improve AceProject?

Giveaway Details

This giveaway ends on Tuesday, February 22, 2011 after which the comments section on this post will be closed and you will no longer be able to leave a comment. Please leave a valid email address when filling out the comment form so that we can contact you if you’ve won. Please only comment once. The 5 winners will be randomly selected using the same method as previous Six Revisions giveaways. The winners will be announced on a separate post and you’re advised to subscribe to our RSS feed so that you can be quickly notified when the winners announcement post has been published. Please note that comments are moderated and so your comment may not show up right away. Please also note that comments that do not follow the instructions on how to participate (mentioned above) may not be published, or may be removed later on.

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About the Author

Jacob Gube is the Founder and Chief Editor of Six Revisions. He’s also a web developer/designer who specializes in front-end development (JavaScript, HTML, CSS) and also a book author. If you’d like to connect with him, head on over to the contact page and follow him on Twitter: @sixrevisions.



February 15th, 2011

They should highlight free sign up on the homepage with call to action button so they can get exposure to convert visitor into customer. ( This link >> )


February 15th, 2011

Would be nice to win once.

Magento Themes

February 15th, 2011

Aceproject sounds really interesting and I appreciate the fact that free trail is provided.


February 15th, 2011

Have heard lot about about AceProject. Would like to use it in my future projects.


February 15th, 2011

ok…Lets go!

Noel Tock

February 15th, 2011

Signing up, could definitely use :) Thanks for posting Jacob!


February 15th, 2011

Interface is the most important thing in this app, it should be friendly good looking

Agile Scout

February 15th, 2011

Pure pwnage. Love it!


February 15th, 2011

One of the problems I have with many popular project management solutions is that they are geared around teamwork on a project, sometimes at the cost of ignoring the individual needs. It’s often times difficult for me, as an individual on the team, to go and get an overview of the tasks and workload assigned to me for that day.


February 15th, 2011

AceProject hmm never heard of it would be nice to ace a project lol ;)


February 15th, 2011

Sounds like a service I could use—perhaps it will be my lucky day.

Geet Purwar

February 15th, 2011

Seems Awesome :)

Mike Jongbloet

February 15th, 2011

Until I saw this article through my RSS subscriptions I’d not heard of AceProject.

Suprising as I work in the industry, Basecamp seems to market a lot more and as such I would suggest getting the name out more.

Its likely a great product but with a lot of people not knowing about it will just go straight to what they know – which seems to be Basecamp at the moment.

Suggestions would be getting more people to post blog reviews of it, giveaways on more blogs etc.

I will likely sign up for a free trial now I know about it!



February 15th, 2011

give one to me..


February 15th, 2011

looks great as is! Hope to win one of these.

Mark H

February 15th, 2011

Going to check the free version out

Felipe Genuino

February 15th, 2011

Gostaria muito de utilizar os serviços de gerenciamento aceproject.

Lee B

February 16th, 2011

I have heard many good things about AceProject. I have a few new projects coming up soon and would be keen to use it on them.

Jennier R

February 16th, 2011

Look great, maybe I could try this one too

Mike S

February 16th, 2011

Looks impressive, maybe a good alternative to Basecamp

Mike S

February 16th, 2011

Looks impressive, maybe a good alternative to Basecamp.

RE: Interface, a “widget-style,” role-based dashboard would be nice for customizable data display, since different project aspects take priority for different roles.


February 16th, 2011

Looks like a great service, the application interface is great and definitely an improvement from what I currently use Intervals Online.

One thing that they should refine is their entire homepage. It has too much text, it’s too crowded and looks more enterprise than friendly. Of course they would want enterprise customers, but the overall feel of the most important page of the site feels too stiff.

For example, look at Mail Chimp’s website design: They offer a service for anyone that need to send a lot of emails including enterprise customers, but their site is simple and doesn’t throw everything in your face all at once.

Other than that, I like the application interface, nice and smooth, easy on the eyes too.


February 17th, 2011

its already near to its perfection, but don’t stop updating your software. :) nice software..!


February 17th, 2011

I think the use of a font which doesn’t hurt the eyes so much would be appreciated.


Brendan C.

February 17th, 2011

They could make the UI more fluid and clean

DeNae Leverentz

February 18th, 2011

I would suggest providing notification of the length restriction on the domain during sign-up. I had to alter my preferred domain.

Vladislavs Judins

February 19th, 2011

User interface should guide user, not making user think what and where to do things

Brian Rowdy

February 19th, 2011

50 item limit on free account makes me think of ActionMethod. Allow more items than they do and promote hooks into other systems like Freshbooks >>


February 21st, 2011

I think what be nice a very complete sample proyect because i like see how can be a gantt and a project very complex.