As a designer, you need to stay organized. Period. Things are moving so fast and we have to find ways to declutter our lives and ultimately our work habits.
Through all my design career I tried a lot of methods in getting organized, and I can say that today (2017) I am the most comfortable with how I manage to get things done. I love lists. I do, and I use them daily. Making lists is one of my habits that declutter my work and life. Lists! God damn it! I tried a lot of software from Any Do, Googles calendar lists, Producteeve, Wunderlist and finally Todoist. I settled on the latter, and I’m not planning to change that. This is my daily task organizer, to do reminder and task planner.
In short, Todoist is a task management software. I’ve been using this app for about three years now, and I had the chance to see how they evolved and how their brand changed in time. And I’m telling you they got way better. The main thing why I settled on this app is because, doh’, I can create lists. The interface is straightforward, project panel on the left, the task list on the right.
First, let’s get visual
Today & Next 7 days
Features I DON’T use (yet)
Devices I use the app on
Happy productivity y ‘all!
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