Intervals as a lifestyle product

| January 11th, 2008 | , ,

The primary purpose of Intervals is to improve time and task management, and improve or provide a better workflow. Use Intervals for an hour and you’ll see how well it handles the needs of a small business. Intervals was built by us at Pelago, a company who places a high priority on lifestyle, often times putting it before financial gain. That philosophy is an indirect, yet strong, influence on the development of Intervals, making it a lifestyle product.

What do timers, task lists, invoices, and reports have to do with lifestyle? Do you mean I should manage my free time using Intervals? No! We’re serious about time tracking, but not that serious.

Intervals was designed to be efficient and asynchronous; freeing you to pursue what you love doing when you are not working, or giving you time to embrace off-peak living. Because life is about so much more than work.

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John is a co-founder, web designer and developer at Pelago. His blog posts are inspired by everyday encounters with designers, developers, creatives and small businesses in general. John is an avid reader and road cyclist.
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Michael is a co-founder and product architect at Pelago. His contributions stem from experiences managing the development process behind web sites and web-based applications such as Intervals. Michael drives a 1990 Volkswagen Carat with a rebuilt 2.4 liter engine from GoWesty.
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