In our previous article, we looked at creating custom dialogs for DayBack with multiple button options. This article will expand on this pattern and add different input types to these dialogs to create simple forms. With forms, DayBack’s Event Actions can present users with a rich set of controls for gathering data and support more varied workflows. […]
Freedom is not the absence of commitments., but the ability to choose – and commit myself to – what is best for me.
DayBack’s John Sindelar joins Josh Freeman to talk about time, calendars, and working from home. You have to be selfish to get your work done. Artists know this. If you have a doctor’s appointment and someone calls and asks for 5 minutes of your time, you’re fine saying, “I can’t: I have a doctor’s appointment.” […]
White space is good for calendars, not just graphic design. (Blank space on your calendar is your schedule’s shock-absorber.)
It can be hard to get started, even when you’ve blocked out time to work. Get a rolling start by reading through your last few pages of work to remind you what was engaging you then. And be sure you’re setting an end-time for your work. This means you won’t stop when you don’t like […]