CakeTasks makes it easy for anyone to develop a prioritization habit by offering a distraction-free interface and a simple, customizable algorithm to empower users to focus on tasks that are urgent and important, as well as an icebox where they can keep track of low-priority tasks, without feeling overwhelmed by them.
My target users are high school juniors and seniors who plan to attend college. Based on my own experience, I believe this is the most important time to develop a prioritization habit. CakeTasks is currently in public Alpha. We’re actively workshopping at high schools in San Francisco and Marin County, California where students can test the basic interface, contribute design ideas and participate in further user interviews.
Are you affiliated with a small group of motivated high school juniors or seniors who might benefit from being involved in software product design and development? Leave me a comment and let’s talk!