Los Angeles – This abstract to-do list for visual thinkers uses animation and colourful graphics to visualise the process of setting goals in one place
Created by studio Sing-Sing, Superfocus is available for use on desktops and as a mobile app. To create their list, users select a category such as travel, work or self, and write a goal such as ‘work out more’ or ‘learn how to be funny’, as well as selecting a due date. They then add all the smaller tasks necessary to completing the project.
To track their progress, users can select mountain mode, which uses graphic peaks and troughs to show how close they are to their goal. With no chats, connections or notifications, the interface is inherently minimal and personal. ‘It’s designed to reduce the noise of today’s technology and help you remember what you want to do and who you want to be,’ reads a brand statement.
As more workers go freelance, simple apps like Superfocus will allow them to manage their projects seamlessly, without numerous platforms competing for their attention.