Based on relationships/context instead of linear time
Nodes around people, locations, weather, etc
Base things on “flow”, for example things to do when you are “in the zone” for a particular project, activity, etc
Minimize static goals
Maximize getting the most out of the moment
Distraction vs simultaneous activity
Emphasize sequences over schedules
Restrict “depth” and choice to maintain understandability
Value relationships over time because time is less predictable
Teamwork is more valued
- How to incorporate this into an app?
- “Portals” or “windows” of things that are shared
- Default to shared over hidden
“High context” (ie providing a lot of background information) - In the app show relevant connections
“The priority is the meeting itself, not necessarily the timing of it”
“Deadlines are approximations”
May 8 Notes / Ideas One thing i don’t like about the current layout is the “blockiness”, but i don’t want to go down the route of “graph links” (a la Obsidian). Im trying to think of a UI design that will be a little less rigid.
Perhaps the current “sections” could be tiles that can be rearranged?
In its simplest form this is a database frontend that provides a) relations between objects and b) filtering. Of the two, i think the filtering is the hardest to get right in a gui.
Thoughts on note detail…ie how do we link things from a note
@Person !Action !!Project #Thing ?Research, ?Questions, ?Unknown &Location, &Place [This is a Link](Page Name) this is a link N(multiple words) - enclose a glyphy for multiwords @(Persons full name) &(a place)