Workstack 2.0

Powerful and simple way to plan anything

#3 Product of the DayMarch 19, 2016
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Spencer Kelly
Spencer KellyMaker@spencerdkelly · Co-Founder of @Workstack
Hey Sam, I'm Spencer one of the Co-Founders of Workstack - thanks for the feedback on the design, I'd also be interested in your thoughts on the product once you've had chance to dig around. The main reason behind creating Workstack was to fill the gap that pretty much all other products miss when it comes to task management across a team - basically their calendar views suck! The inspiration behind our calendar was the game Tetris - it's like an inverted view of Tetris with tasks advancing upwards each and every day. Once a task hits the current day they begin stack up alongside each other - this way there's no escaping all the stuff you haven't done.
Olivier El Mekki
Olivier El Mekki@oelmekki · maker
Hi @spencerdkelly, I think that there is something missing in your landing page: addressing pain points. The first thing a potential customer will wonder when reaching this page is: why should I use this instead of a google for work stack? Clearly addressing what is a pain in google calendar and is made easy in workstack could greatly help.
Sam Doshi
Sam Doshi@samir_doshi · Co Founder @
site and branding is legit --- nice work --- cant wait to try this
Aaron Hanson
Aaron Hanson@crixlet
@samir_doshi agreed. on point!
Spencer Kelly
Spencer KellyMaker@spencerdkelly · Co-Founder of @Workstack
Hey @oelmekki, thanks for the feedback on the homepage. I agree at the moment the site relies on the video to transmit the main aspect of Workstack, but I think we cold definitely look at adding a greater focus on the pain points Workstack addresses for users.
Sorry, but I prefer TeamWeek for its horizontal timeline... 🙃
Spencer Kelly
Spencer KellyMaker@spencerdkelly · Co-Founder of @Workstack
Hey @sekmo, Thanks for the feedback. We understand that for a lot of people making the leap from a horizontal to a vertical view is going to feel large. Consequently, we will be looking at the possibility of making it an optional thing for users to either have a vertical or horizontal calendar view.