by Boyan Kostov
Decided to play a bit with this great time tracker widget concept.
3 months ago
by Ric Furness
I'm trying to do as much work as I can in Sketch in an effort to move away from Photoshop, and the original widget shot was perfect for a little experimentation.
The progress bar at the bottom would only be visible for jobs where you've assigned a set number of hours.
Great work, Paul! ;)
3 months ago
by Seth Coelen
Here's my version of the time is money widget. Would love some feedback on this piece!
@Paul Flavius Nechita @Lukas Kokoska Although I personally like your design better, a similar app already exists if you're looking for a quick answer (and run Mac OS). It's called Timer (http://timer.keyworddomains.com/)
@Paul Flavius Nechita @Lukas Kokoska I can easily make my version a Chrome extension (it would open in a Chrome panel)...
@Paul Flavius Nechita
Check out my Time Tracker: http://dribbble.com/shots/685098-Timetracker-glass-look?list=users
by Siong Chin Chan
I really only need a very lightweight time-tracker, so this concept is based entirely on my own needs, which consist of:
• Tracking multiple projects running concurrently for multiple clients
• Tracking different hourly rates for different types of projects
• Easily figuring out the final invoice amounts for different projects
Maybe one day I'll get it built...
by Pieter Goris
Be sure to check out the real pixels.
This is a rebound shot on @Paul Flavius Nechita his 'Time Is Money Widget'. Thank you Paul for inspiring me.
Saw really simple time tracker by @PaulFlaviusNechita. And it really inspired and gave me a great idea for a "time" management app rather than a "Project" management app.
If our time really is money then shouldn't we manage our time like we manage our money? any ways here is the quick concept I came up with.
The main idea is a project, a task, a week, and a day all have a budget of how much time you have to spend a day. The app gives you the tools to manage your time appropriately, make sure you aren't going over budget, and to easily see where you stand for the month hourly on all your projects.
The green and the red bars are your notification at a quick glance where your standing is on your task, or project.
@Paul Flavius Nechita so how does a user change project if hitting '+' adds a new project?
Also, wouldn't it make more sense to use a record button rather than a play button?
It's time to get my money
by Aran Bansal
Just for some fun and practice, I decided to rebound Paul's shot. Hope you like it, all feedback welcome. Thanks!
by Tobias Björsberg
Yet another late contribution.
I made it to a simple project timer.
I could really use this :P
about 1 month ago
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