According to a study from the University of California, Irvine, the average office worker has focused periods of just eleven minutes in-between a constant barrage of interruptions. I was shocked when I read that, and didn’t quite believe it. But then I […]
Web design has changed a lot over the past decade, and so has our web app, MindMeister, which was launched in February 2007 as one of the first software-as-a-service tools. Now, 10 years later, MindMeister has more than 6 million users worldwide […]
This is a guest post by Mark Woods. Mark is a Productivity Trainer, Business Consultant, Speaker & Author of ‘Attack Your Day! Before it Attacks You’. Connect with Mark on Twitter or at Attack Your Day. How wisely do you invest your time? […]
It’s a cold and wet January day and I am sitting in my workshop with an iPad and my trusty Moleskine notebook. On my list of todo’s today is to figure out how to get a teddy bear into space with a […]
This is a guest post by Eugene Rudyy, co-founder of design group Keepa, UX, UI and product designer at Fairy, Toast, Rove.me and more. This article was originally posted on Eugene’s Medium Blog. There are plenty of approaches UX and CX designers can choose […]
As 2017 begins, the new year brings new opportunities, as well as potential new challenges.
In order to make the most of 2017, it’s important to come up with cohesive strategies that will allow you to prepare for the best, as well as the worst.
With the festive season fast approaching, we thought we’d share with you a little known way of using MeisterTask to keep organized with an expert (and beautiful!) recipe planner. Between drinks receptions, decadent three course dinners and show-stopping deserts, it can be […]
With companies located across time zones, and sometimes even entirely remotely, teams across the world are drawing on collaborative project management tools. Teams need tools which will enable them to effectively project plan and task manage, regardless of whether they’re located in the […]
We hear the phrase “work/life balance” so often that it’s easy to gloss over it rather than digging into what it really means. Unfortunately, like many things that are easy to overlook (eating well and exercising, for instance), not having work/life balance […]
In the second article, we discussed a few key principles, such as the difference between information and knowledge. We explained knowledge assets and knowledge domains and used a case study to help explain how knowledge maps work. In today’s article, we will […]