A Project Management Tool Built By Some Of The Country’s Best Design Firms

Unlike similar products from 37signals, the first thing you’ll notice is that 10,000ft is quite nice looking. Every button is presented with the polish and care of a honed consumer product, rather than the undertones of engineer-driven design behind a lot of enterprise products. The interface leans heavily on iconography, from the avatars for each team member–a motif strongly reminiscent of Facebook and LinkedIn–to realtime status updates–a band-aid will identify someone who’s sick, while a road will mark someone as traveling. And scheduling anyone to do anything is as simple as dragging and dropping assignments.

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