New task board view for Transit. Transit is the project management tool I have been developing on for the past few months. Working this month to get it fully thought thru and in line with some of our new processes so we can move to it full time at Credera.
The goal here is a modified scrum board view where you can see who is assigned to what, how many tasks they have and how many hours of work.
Would love feedback. Be critical. Tell me what you like, what you would change, things that don't work or look weird.
9 months ago
I like the placement of the "PREV" and "NEXT" buttons. Maybe they could be 10%-20% darker?
...I guess I better get on that overdue design pitch for "Company Name" ;)
Yeah. I agree on those buttons. Moved them things around 10 times. Darker looks better.
I wasn't gonna say anything about the late task. It is getting awkward though. ;)
Thanks for sharing the larger preview. It helps with the context. In a large preview, left side navbar, notification boxes look inconsistent. I would suggest sticking to one style, if it is outlined, then all of them should have outline, otherwise all should have just a fill. Also keeping them the same size would help too. Otherwise, I love it!
@Vilen Thanks for the feedback! It is funny how at times you go design blind to certain things. The address book icon now totally stands out to me as well as the size issue.
Also, just checked your work. Great stuff man!
Looking really good and useful. I am testing so much project management tools, but can't find the one thats actually useful. Fingers crossed.
5 months ago
Not a fan of the icons on the left, but overall it is a really nice update from where Transit was last time I saw it.
Did you ever get it over the line and built?
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