Monday, November 28, 2011

One giant leap for mankind. The Wunderkit concept.


 Task management is only one part of Wunderkit. Wunderkit will actually help you with the grander scheme of creating, organizing and accomplishing things… from one central place. I’d like to introduce workspaces. Workspaces act as projects. Inside a workspace you’ll find everything you need to help you towards your goals.

How about making notes? Absolutely. Notes have their own dedicated section in Wunderkit. The best part? Other people can like and comment them. Note taking is now a social thing, so you can watch your ideas grow with the help of your friends, family and colleagues.

That brings us neatly on to collaboration. Wunderkit puts a huge emphasis on working together with other people. Wunderlist is an incredible solution for collaboration, but we’re going one step further. Wunderkit was built with mass collaboration in mind, and working with others has never been so seamless. You can ‘follow’ other workspaces to see what they’re working on, or let other people follow you. Every workspace comes with its very own profile page. Your mother will find this easy to use, so will your best friend, so will your boss. The entry bar for productivity and collaboration has truly been lowered, and we’re finally making project management simple and fun.
It’s beautiful. Seriously, you won’t believe it. It’s almost like every pixel fell as a tear from an angel. In the words of the late, great Steve Jobs… one more thing. Wunderkit also has something called the Dashboard. It gives you a birds-eye view on all of your workspace’s recent activity. People can post status updates here, which means you can keep up to date with your whole team. With so much going on, you need a condensed way to view it all.


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