April 21, 2011
There are plenty of tools to help with day planning and organization, but Diacarta, an application created in Ohio, offers a quick and unique approach to this everyday task.
Diacarta is unlike any other planner because it allows you to create a picture of your day. Rather than using a grid of hours to schedule tasks, Diacarta offers two 12-hour periods–AM and PM–for each day. What's cool is that these two periods are presented as clocks, which makes checking your schedule simpler.
Here's how Diacarta works:
Choose from a library of more than 50 graphic icons including a golfer, a party hat, a dog and more. You can even create a custom text icon to represent your plans. After selecting your icon, drag-and-drop it to the associated location on the clock. Details can be added for further organization.
Your completed clock is a visual representation of your schedule that can be checked at a glance.
Diacarta is simple, elegant, and well-designed. It's well worth the two bucks even if your day planning consists of nothing but “buying beer,” “grilling out,” and “drinking beer.”
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