Thursday, December 4th, 2008

Freckle: Time tracking with style

Category: Prototype, Scriptaculous, Showcase

Thomas Fuchs and Amy Hoy are back with another web site, this time Freckle, a new take on time tracking.

Thomas posted about it on his site and shared that it uses an early build of scripty2 which lead me to peak around on GitHub. It looks nice indeed.

You can see the evidence of throughout the UI. The calendar morphs between months as you flip around. Jumping between headers rolls around nicely (e.g. reporting mode from insertion). Inline modal popups. Nicely done.

Posted by Dion Almaer at 9:20 am

3.8 rating from 34 votes


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Actually a big shout out should go to the guys at, too. :)

As far as joint efforts go, the page is super nice and it was just awesome to watch them all work on it (from the little peeks I could steal, hehe).

Anyhows, another “thumbs up” from a fresh freckle addict who’s fortunate enough to hang around Thomas, Amy, Philipp and Dieter and watch them work (and leech office space off in the case of abloom!). Good luck!

Comment by smoofles — December 4, 2008

Gotta admit, that’s a pretty slick interface, and coming out of the Thomas Fuchs stables, it’s gotta be good. Congrats folks!

Comment by TSheets — December 5, 2008

meh. a specially fx’ed “web 2.0” interface. it is a more compelling business case to build software that does something new and interesting. Witness Pownce.

Comment by nataxia — December 5, 2008

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