Favourite Productivity Tools ?

almost 8 years ago from , Designer

What are you most favourite productivity tools?Weather it be something that manages your projects, or just something that keeps you on track.


  • Sarah ParmenterSarah Parmenter, almost 8 years ago

    http://www.getflow.com is by far the most useful thing in my toolkit.

    1 point
  • Maarten JanssenMaarten Janssen, almost 8 years ago

    to keep focused i use the Pomadoro timer, to register my time (and force the focus) I use Toggle to collect my inspiration I use Gimme bar and for project management I use Trello

    1 point
  • Daniël van der Winden, almost 8 years ago

    Timings and Clear.

    0 points
  • Travis HinesTravis Hines, almost 8 years ago

    Three things keep my feet moving in a somewhat fluid manner:

    Fantastical (+ Google Calendar) = http://flexibits.com/fantastical - If anything I have to do has a specific point in time associated with it, that thing goes here

    Trello = https://trello.com/ - Brain dump central

    Flow = http://www.getflow.com/ - Checklists enable a beginning and end to a project. I've been with Flow since the first day they launched

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  • Richard SisonRichard Sison, almost 8 years ago

    Things for personal task management. Fantastical for my calendar (iCal/Calendar). Evernote for making notes, lists and anything reference-related. Pocket for storing articles to read later. Dropbox/Google Drive and Droplr for sharing and file-syncing. Font Explorer Pro for font-management. 1Password for password storage. On The Job for time logging (hasn't been updated in awhile but I still use it, I've tried a few but nothing is quite as good still...)

    They're my immediates.

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  • Bart Claeys, almost 8 years ago

    Wunderlist, Boomerang (Gmail plugin), Trello

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  • David MDavid M, almost 8 years ago

    Alfred!!! the workflows feature alone is solid gold

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  • Bardan Gauchan, almost 8 years ago

    I use Asana for bigger projects that require collaboration and Wunderlist for personal projects. Evernote for research and personal notes.

    P.S - Am I the only one frustrated with Asana and Basecamp not having decent apps for mobile ecosystem? Only Trello has really good mobile apps but I find hard to use Trello for the way I use project management systems.

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  • Joe TurnerJoe Turner, almost 8 years ago

    Evernote for me. It seems like an obvious one but the more you use it the greater it becomes. I have a few things on my plate and the different notebooks are superb for putting a solid divide between companies and projects.

    There's also Lift for iOS.

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  • Oliver Johnston, almost 8 years ago

    I use Basecamp or 10000ft when in the studio to manage projects.

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