What are you most favourite productivity tools?Weather it be something that manages your projects, or just something that keeps you on track.
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
http://www.getflow.com is by far the most useful thing in my toolkit.
We ended up using this :) Love the new re-design as well.
Alfred!!! the workflows feature alone is solid gold
Wunderlist, Boomerang (Gmail plugin), Trello
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.
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.
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
Timings and Clear.
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.
I use Basecamp or 10000ft when in the studio to manage projects.