I recently moved with my team from Wunderlist to Asana, since Wunderlist became to jammed as we grew. The current team consists of around 4 - 6 designers, and we all work primarily on client projects.
Personally, I’m a big fan of Kanban or anything that helps you to track the status of the tasks everyone’s working on, which is why I recreated a Kanban board by using Asana’s sections. Then, I go ahead and set up tasks for each view/flow that has to be designed, assign tags to describe the nature of the tasks (e.g. UI and UX) and create explicit sub tasks (e.g. Create wireframe). The amount of sections depends on the project, but I typically roll with
- Sprint Backlog
- In Progress
- In Client Review
- To Prepare for Handoff
- In Development
Now, I was wondering what your workflow looks like and how Asana fits into it.