A calendar and a tasks manager combined in one application. Manage your tasks, events and notes and drag and drop them into your calender.

Taskendar

Ui ux

application design

Taskendar is a project created in a UX UI course conducted by Sagi Shreiber, its a combination of a calendar and a task manager app inspired by the bullet journal technique.

The Problem

 

Everybody has to-do lists, it’s shown in a lot of researches that making such lists create a sense of lightness and control when having a lot of tasks and things to do or remember.

 

Normal calendars are mostly full of dates, meeting, and events that are very structured into time boxes, but life is often more filled with tasks, notes and little things we have to do at a certain day/week/month. The problem is that our to-do lists are not connected with our calendars.

The Solution

 

I wanted to create a tool that will allow people to ‘spill’ their ‘little things’ such as notes, things to do and events into their calendar with a simple drag and drop.

The distinction between Tasks, events, and notes is inspired by the bullet journal technique and helps the users distinguish tasks we have to do and might migrate with us from day to day until we do them from events that are time anchored and notes that are more of a reminders to ourselves.

Event

Task

Note

an Elastic Timeline schedule

 

When entering the app you will see today's items. You can easily see your events, tasks, and notes on a day/Week/Month view by switching from the d/W/M menu or pinching your timeline.

Zoom in and out and switch between day, week, month display by pinching the timeline or picking from the d/w/m menu.

filter the items to view all items, events, tasks and notes.

Showing: events, tasks and notes

Showing: events and tasks

Showing: events and notes

Showing: events

Tap on the square to check an item.

it will remain checked on your list

Tap on the X to remove an item from your list. It will automatically move into the archive.

Tap on the archived checked item to activate it and move it back into your list.

Tap on the turquoise dot to bring the item back to your list

Create a new event/task/note

Sticky menu - scrolling mode

Edit an item

Archive

Add a sub item

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