Clogout - Project overview

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  1. Riccardo Carlet Riccardo Carlet

    I'm excited to share this new project with you.

    Clogout will be the first time tracker for you and your team, that is easy and fun to use. Find out more at and make sure to follow if you'd like to be the first to know about updates.

    There will be more shots in the coming days.
    I'd love to hear what you think (and your timesheet horror stories)!

    9 months ago

  2. lukechesser lukechesser

    The website is gorgeous! It's really unique with the big, bold header. Nice work!

    9 months ago

  3. Vitali Poluzhnikov Vitali Poluzhnikov

    Wonderful. Looking forward. Love the extremes in RGB.

    9 months ago

  4. John Patsos John Patsos

    So what's your concept behind the different colors? Is it by project? And what about the different shades of a color?

    9 months ago

  5. Riccardo Carlet Riccardo Carlet

    @lukechesser @Vitali Poluzhnikov Thank you, guys!

    @John Patsos A different color in that case means a different client, a different shade distinguishes different projects or activities for that same client from each other.

    9 months ago

  6. Nico Mueller Nico Mueller

    @Riccardo Carlet nice work! What´s the name of the font?

    9 months ago

  7. Brijan Brijan

    yes. *nodding head up and down*

    9 months ago

  8. Frank Rapacciuolo Frank Rapacciuolo

    nice colors!

    8 months ago

  9. Gerry McKay Gerry McKay

    whats the font used here?

    8 months ago

  10. Ilya Dmitruk Ilya Dmitruk

    @Riccardo Carlet That's very cool!

    8 months ago

  11. Moaaz | Limitless Creativity Moaaz | Limitless Creativity

    Nicely done! :D

    8 months ago

  12. Renzo Westerbeek Renzo Westerbeek

    It looks really, really cool!

    8 months ago

  13. Riccardo Carlet Riccardo Carlet

    Thanks guys!

    @Nico Mueller @Gerry McKay The font you see here is "Karla", which has changed recently.

    8 months ago

  14. Andrew Cornett Andrew Cornett

    Oh duuude! At risk of sounding like just another Dribbble comment, this looks beautiful :)

    5 months ago

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