Cardflow+ by Qrayon: Beyond Index Cards
When I am not screwing around on my phone, I am using my iPad. 80% of what I do with Architekwiki is done with my iPad. The app I am describing is for the iPad.
I use the hell out of Trello; but for some things I've found another visual planning tool that works really well. Cardflow.
Cardflow mimics index cards on a tack board - but lots better.
Here Is How I Use Cardflow
I have been going on about how to do marketing as though I know how to do it.
What ‘makes’ someone choose you to help them spend a boatload of money?
How do you even know who is going to be spending the kind of money that it takes to build a building?
My experience is that you can’t control the process. There are too many variables.
I think it pays to re-evaluate things from time to time. If you can schedule it, all the better. Most of the time I only do a re-evaluation because something seems like it’s getting to be too much trouble.
This is one of the key chapters in my e-book, Trello-PM. I want to give you a glimpse at what it is like to use Trello-PM on one of your projects (and what the e-book is like). See what you think...
I used to loathe ballpoints, and I still do. Now it doesn't matter because I rarely use a writing instrument.
I do use my finger a lot. And I type a lot. And I have been trying dictation lately. Too soon to say if that will be a ’keeper’. Next up will be an Apple Pen.
I don’t know what it is about accounting. It is really boring. And yet I am repeatedly drawn to the challenge of finding a system that works for architects.
This past week I revisited two services that I hadn’t looked at for over five years - LessAccounting and FreeAgent. I have already put LessAccounting aside for the time being. You would probably need a better timekeeping system than LessAccounting’s app, LessTimeSpent. And other aspects just weren’t falling into place.
FreeAgent on the other hand has me digging in.