Via @designboom, a time management system that uses stacked wood blocks connected to a computer to track time. Designed by Sebastian Rønde Thielke and Anders Højmose, “the simple design allows users to help track their work flow by creating physical representations of their tasks.” Watch the video below.
“Daily Stack consists of a base device and a collection of wooden bricks in different shapes and colours. The bricks represent different kinds of tasks and time-intervals. By adding a brick to the base you commit yourself to the task and time span that the selected brick represents. Daily Stack communicates with an desktop widget on your computer that enables you to keep track of your time and tasks in progress. It also enables you to browse through your past and and compare your days in a colourful informative pattern.”