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The worst with design inspirations when you go back to the sometimes is they’ve changed, sometimes for the worse.
Taking screenshots and emailing myself is either a good thing or a bad thing, I can’t tell. If I want to emulate it, can’t look at their code and have to figure it out myself, which is good and bad. It’d be best if I emulate their design and then looked at my code to see how I did and compare.
Nevertheless thanks for adding another tool to our toolboxes!
Hey Web Devs!
I’ve been a “web developer” for a couple years now, I’m always tinkering with something or working on a side project. I also have many other facets of work/learning/personal/side projects. I spend most of my time working in a browser or other app. Basically all of my writing, development, designing, community involvement (like Reddit), and personal browsing is done in a browser.
I started to get overwhelmed with all of the things I was working on and even just the daily chaos that was working/using a web browser for everything. I always had way too may tabs open, I lost things regularly, and got distracted constantly. I tried to keep myself organized but I was frequently side tracked by other work and urgent tasks.
I thought, there must be a better way. After reading about productivity strategies and trying other apps to keep myself focused, productive, and efficient I decided I needed a better solution. General “project management” and productivity apps weren’t working, I was still facing the same problems just with another app in my tool case now.
So, I started building Partizion. The main methodology that productive people employ (and is the foundation on which Partizion was designed) is that multitasking is 1. impossible and 2. less efficient.
The more you “partition” (see where I got the name from?) your work, and focus on the task at hand, the more efficient and productive you can be. You’ll finish tasks faster, you’ll stay on track to complete your daily checklist/goals, and you’ll be able to pickup where you left off or switch contexts/tasks much more easily.
I built this methodology right into Partizion. You can separate your work, create groups of tabs for projects/tasks/daily habits and open them with one click. Partizion is still in its early stages but I have committed to developing Partizion into the tool that should have come standard with every web browser.
If you have some free time, I’d love for you to check it out and let me know your thoughts. I’m open to all feedback + suggestions!
Happy Developing/Hacking/Redditing 🙂
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Like if it’s a whole ecommerce site, how much time will be ideal? I can say like 1-2 months depending on complexity, because I think I can do that but I think I must also take into account my sleep and sanity right (considering that I have a job and this is just a side hustle)?
I found this website https://estimatemyapp.com. Have you used this website before? What do you guys normally use to estimate your projects? Any suggestions?