Testing software without a use case is like kicking the tires of a car. It doesn’t really tell one much. After reading “Making Connections with Scapple” by Amy Cavender two months ago, I downloaded the trial version of Scapple, tested it out, and wasn’t impressed. My dismissiveness though had more to do with a failure of vision on my part, than a failure of functionality with the software. I take notes and outline in a notebook. It’s part of my process. It’s more fun. What did Scapple have to offer?
Last week, I wrote a post “Work Smarter with Trello” and briefly laid out why I like Trello and how it works. However, Trello doesn’t work for everyone, so I thought I’d expand on project… Read More »Manage Projects More Effectively with Asana