Done Log

4th July 2022

Born from the frustration of the never-ending to-do list and the motivational drain that came with it, Done Log helped you celebrate the little wins and see what you had accomplished.

Projects - Done Log

Retrospective

This was a nice little project for me, it was addressing a frustration I had at the time and allowed me to experiment with some ideas including

  • Could get a product build in a short space of time (1-2 weeks)
  • Could I build a try-before-you-buy application - I wanted a usable system before the user registered and registration saved what they had done so far and allowed them to continue on.

Ultimately, when the frustration of the never-ending to-do list wore off a bit, so did the usage of this service.

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