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How Ideo Helped Reinvent The Pillbox

A truly idiot-proof way to remember to take your meds.<p>Take all of the pills in your medicine cabinet that you have to track–the prescription drugs you need to remember to take two or three times a day, the multivitamins and fish liver pills you’re not sure make a difference–and imagine that instead …

Our plans for completed tasks

<i>Editor’s note: This blog post is pretty old! It may have some out-of-date information in it. For the latest on tasks, check out the Asana Guide.</i><p>We …

Design thinking & its pioneers, the Kelley brothers, keep on truckin’

Advertisement<p>1 Comment<p>Credit: Image courtesy of Andy Bardill<p>Listening to the Kelley brothers — the Midwestern business men behind design firm IDEO …

The Battle of the Freemium and Enterprise Business Models in the Task Management Market

When it comes to improving the way that work gets done, there are two competing but overlapping visions that are currently being explored by two serious companies: AtTask and Asana. Both companies are pursuing dramatically different business models and product development strategies. As a result, …

The 5 secrets to leading great meetings

Doing great things takes more than a great vision and a great team, it takes great execution, down to the nuts and bolts of day-to-day …

10 Essential Designer Tools for Staying Organized

It’s important for designers to stay organized so they can spend less time searching, billing, looking for stuff, etc. and more time thinking, …

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Architect Day: 70F Architecture

Office formed in 1999 by Dutch architect Bas ten Brinke and the Swedish architect Carina Nilsson.<p>70f.com<p>Bas ten Brinke was born in Amsterdam in 1972 …