Today I released my current project, AvidLaw. The site was completed much quicker than I had expected because of the Task Progress Tracker that I’ve been using and I’m very pleased on how it turned out. Today was another great day, AvidLaw has already been accepted by Screenspire and I’m waiting to see if any other sites will accept it aswell.
I love the feeling of completing a project but I can’t wait to get started on the next one. I’ve found that by using the Task Progress Tracker I get a lot more done but once I complete a project, putting a check in the done box just isn’t satisfying enough. Dave Seah agrees and has created another version the Task Progress Tracker called the Task Progress Destruct-o-Matic Edition. In this edition when you start a project you can fill in the initiate bubble and the assult bubbles when you complete a chunck of work and the assault bubble can mean whatever you want. They could be 15 minute intervals or seperate sections of a project. Whatever works better for you. Once you complete a project their is a larger bubble that you can fill in and you can cross out the entire line if that makes you feel better. At first I didn’t use this edition because I felt the original Task Progress Tracker would be more helpful but now I see that I was wrong. This edition may look a little sillier, but that’s the point. To get more done and enjoy doing it.
Please let me know what you think of AvidLaw. I’d love to hear your suggestions and criticism!
Wow, in the hands of the young and motivated, this form technology is far more powerful than first suspected! 🙂 I’m glad it’s working out well for you!
In a couple of weeks, take a look at the amassed pile of forms and see what patterns you can see. It should be pretty interesting!
Lately I’ve been mostly using “Menu of the Day” for my daily work, incorporating it into a sort of morning ritual. There are different mindsets involved with each type of form, PCEO, Menu, or Tracker I suspect.
Posted by Dave on Dec 20, 2005.