Daily Stack is time management tool created by designers Sebastian Rønde Thielke and Anders Højmose.

Designboom reports the simple design allows users to help track their work flow by creating physical representations of their tasks. The design consists of a small base and a series of wood blocks that each have a different colour and shape. each colour represents a different task and the time interval is determined by the size of the block.

The user stacks their tasks on the base, committing to them. The base contains electronics that communicate with a computer, tracking time and tasks in progress digitally. The user can even go back through their archive and look at previous stacks. The design helps the user better visualize their time, helping them make the most of it.

Photo by Anders Højmose.

Originally posted by Rich Whittle on June 2, 2010 in Ideas.

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