UX Experimentation for Upcoming Features

Been working all weekend (yes, wife and son are out of town) on some engineering and UX challenges that have been holding up the works for Areas of Responsibility and Smart Lists.  I’m quite happy with where things are going.

left navi in progress...

left navi - work in progress

Adding new features without cluttering up the interface (or confusing non-power users) is always a challenge, but I think this shows promise.

 

Comments

5 Comments on UX Experimentation for Upcoming Features

  1. OC on Sun, 21st Feb 2010 11:58 am
  2. Would be nice to have more than one area of responsibility visible at once. Preferably as few clicks as possible to select

  3. Shaun on Sun, 21st Feb 2010 12:50 pm
  4. This looks great! I have been using Nirvana only for a few days, as I got the email invite the other day and love it. I am glad to see that it looks like there may be a dropdown menu for different “focuses” as well as recurring tasks. Looking good, keep it up!

  5. MarcinGTD on Sun, 21st Feb 2010 1:32 pm
  6. looking good

  7. Photon on Mon, 22nd Feb 2010 2:13 am
  8. This is awesome! I like your new move to open up and be more Google than Apple. :)

    As for the new UX changes, it would also be great to be able to create lists under the someday/maybe list.

  9. Vin Thomas on Tue, 23rd Feb 2010 7:06 pm
  10. Looks great! I can’t wait to see these changes go live!

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