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The Life Cycle – real life personal planning device


The Life Cycle concept is a clever little personal planner device designed by Stefan Krivokapic which gives you an overview of your time utilisation. Tasks are displayed as coloured stripes, and you hook it up to your computer via the USB port to synch up your personal data. We’re talking time as colours rather than numbers. Fascinating idea.


 The Life Cycle is aimed at people who work for themselves or need better daily scheduling. With the Life Cycle you can see the tasks at hand as they pass as well as how much of your personalized day has passed and how much is remaining. During the day you can see exactly what you still have to do and what you should be doing. At the end of the day you can see exactly what you did, at the morning you can see exactly what you have to do. The Life Cycle is connected to your computer via the USB interface, once attached you can organize your future and also analyze how you used your previous time. Your time is associated to colours not numbers.

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