Technology can streamline your life, ease collaborative work and save you a lot of confusion. I look to bring this kind of technology into my life and I think Trello fits the bill.
Working on several assignments at once can be demanding, with multiple projects vying for your attention. Trello is a simple, free tool, which allows you to manage multiple projects in one visually pleasing space. I use it daily here at HdK to stay organised and track progress of projects from concept to delivery. Also, I’ve been encouraging all my team members to give it a go, with varying degrees of success. However, as you’d expect, I did not immediately get behind Trello and the entire team does not yet use it. Therefore, below I am going to go through the key factors that made me decide to use this at work and the reasons you may like to too.
Trello is one of those innovative tools, which is easy to use, easy to monitor and easy to access on laptop, tablet and mobile. Forgot what you worked on last Tuesday – that’s fine just log into Trello. Want to check if your colleague in Australia completed his assignment, simply look at your Trello cards, read comments and then contribute.
To summarise, in the past year of using Trello I have found it to be invaluable. Also, with remote working becoming more and more common place, the importance of having an online tool like this is only going to grow. If you’d like to learn more about Trello’s functunality watch this two minute video and let me know your thoughts on this amazing tool.
Jamie - Web Developer