Recently, I write an article on Medium geared towards designers of task management “apps” ranging from those who support the use of memory, to paper, to task management apps, to calendars to auto-schedulers. In the article, I shared the following graphic that shows the progression that users make as they […]
We live in a world in which we receive a lot of data, and behind it there’s an even greater avalanche promised. How do we make sense of it all? And who has the time? App designers and developers who have found ways to gather this new data need to […]
I just posted a followup article on Medium that addresses the second component of The Notified Self. It’s called “The Warned Self” and it’s all about creating alarms which alert you when a part of your life has become problematic. As you can imagine, having this aspect of your life […]
I’m excited… more than a little… to share an academic paper I just read (and re-read.) It includes some required lessons for all app designers, but especially those who happen to be in the productivity space. Published by the University College of London’s Interaction Centre, it’s entitled “Beyond Self-Tracking and […]
I recently published an infographic that summarizes my article comparing Listers vs. Schedulers. Let me know your thoughts about it privately, on Twitter.
I just released a new post on Medium about notifications, interruptions and notifications that will occupy the attention of 2Time Labs for the next several months. It’s a new concept called “The Notified Self” – the vision of a professional who is perfectly notified by the digital ecosystem formed by […]
I just gave an update on a project underway here at 2Time Labs called “Can Time Be Managed?” Check this link for a short post on my book’s website.
I continue to enjoy Quora – the question and answer website in which thought-leaders can interact with other users in a close, social network. It’s a great opportunity to bring the latest research, plus the ideas here at 2Time Labs, with a much wider audience. Here are some of the […]
Here’s a new way to discover the research data behind time management – especially the stuff that’s most recent. Simply follow my hashtag “#scienceoftimemanagement” on Twitter. (Sometimes it shows up without the hashtag – just “scienceoftimemanagement.”) It’s simple. I have two Twitter accounts – @2TimeLabs and @fwade. The first one […]