A Simple Time Track Device: Introducing Tiller

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Designed for busy professionals and creatives who have better things to do – and by that we mean actual work – than keep checking their time sheets, Tiller makes time tracking as smooth and as efficient as possible. The brainchild of Melbourne-based independent digital product agency Joan, this clever product offers a convenient way to stay on top of projects and work schedules. Easy to use, the simple time track device works with tap and slide motions. The interface appears on the screen only when the user taps the top, and provides a range of features. These include the obvious timer function as well as various analytics, info, and an ‘add a comment’ option.

Apart from its technical features, Tiller also has a minimalist design. The CNC-machined aluminum body boasts clean lines and a top that rotates smoothly on a bearing. Colors include timeless black, white, and gray as well as a more eye-catching option of vibrant red. Joan launched Tiller on Kickstarter, where backers can save up to AU$245 off the retail price, depending on the package. With an April 2018 delivery date, this spring will bring not only warmth and sunshine, but also more productivity. Photographs© Joan.

 

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