Mobile Intervals

| January 17th, 2008 |

As Michael and I walked back to the car after a late-afternoon client meeting, we got out our cellphones to check our email. It was the end of the day; neither of us needed to go back to work, except that we had timers running. Ideally, we’d have been able to update our timers from our cellphones. We are starting to think through the development of a mobile Intervals; how it might impact development, which devices we would support, and the capability of mobile browsers to handle more complex apps.

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Intervals is online time, task and project management software built by and for web designers, developers and creatives.
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John Reeve

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 Payne

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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