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Published on February 18th, 2013 | by admin

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Intuitive Project Management with Trello

There are many project management applications on the market that help you manage from simple, one person projects, to complex ones where all kind of departments and professionals are involved. Some of them have all the functionality needed but those get so complicated that are pretty hard to manage and are time consuming when comes about simple yet powerful actions. This is why there is always need of a simple but very intuitive application that can make your project management process to be seen like playing with tools rather then getting an headache understanding them.

In my search for such a software I have tested a lot of online solutions that keep up with trends, that may work on any device and also do their job in a simple way like it should. And, for my happiness, I also found one that I will need to present as it is very well done and seems the developers of it really know what they are doing. It is called Trello and works on any screen size and there are also available as an iPhone and Android App.



example-board



What can you do with Trello?

Don’t forget a thing

Add a checklist to keep on top of all those little to-dos. There’s also a nice, big progress meter, because who doesn’t love a nice, big progress meter?

Your files, right where you need them

Got a relevant file, image, or document? Attach it right to the card, and you’ll never have to go scrambling through your inbox looking for it later.

Bring your board to life

Attach photos, drawings, sketches, and mockups to quickly illustrate ideas at a glance.

Find cards easily

Customize labels for your cards, and use filters to only show what you want. You can also filter by keywords and by person (if you’re on a team).



card-back



Never miss a deadline

Attach a date and it will appear on the front of the card. When that date is approaching, it will turn yellow as a gentle reminder.

See into the past

Trello keeps a record of everything that’s happened on the card: comments, changes, additions. You’ll never wonder “How did that happen?” again.



example-board-team



Get everyone onboard

Invite as many people as you want to a board. Board members can all add cards, make changes, upload attachments, and more.

Collaborate in real-time

Changes made by others appear instantaneously on your screen. You never have to wait for a page to reload to see the latest.

Stay in the loop

Email notifications and an activity log keep you informed of the latest changes. You can also subscribe to specific cards to get timely information on what you care about the most.

Assign tasks

Assign cards to board members, and everyone will be able to see what everyone else is working on. The assigned folks also get handy notifications sent to them.

Gather opinions

Board members can vote on cards, so you know what everyone’s priorities are. Gain insight into what the team thinks and make informed decisions.

Everything in one place

Create a Trello organization to collect all your people and boards together in one place.

Final Conclusion

Try it!

What is really good about Trello is that it is FREE and also user oriented. Is is made with passion and you will find nice ways to expand your experience with Trello in case you want to be part of the project development because you can use the developer API to create custom code and modules.

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71 Responses to Intuitive Project Management with Trello

  1. I love Trello! It has made my life so easy. I hate complicated proj. management tools. this one just works and it’s fast & easy to use. I highly recommend it for all the lean startups outthere !

  2. soccermaster1 says:

    it is for a friend i know ”trela” is one but i want more but not offensive words please in a friendly way or give me just funny stuff in greek to impress her

  3. Zach Cooper says:

    Really nice application for project management, I have seen ever. You can do great work with fantastic check list feature. I use this one as my regular project management & I am quite happy with it.
    Thanks for writing this fruitful blog.

  4. Tyler H says:

    Six card repeat is a card trick. You start out with 6 cards. You throw away 3 of them, and you still have 6 cards in your hand. This can be repeated as many times as you like.

  5. Only Business says:

    I need to learn some good card tricks for my friend’s birthday. We are putting on a little party for my friend during lunch and I am planning on doing a few card tricks for her. None of the tricks can have those changes to cards like drawing on them or cutting them. Also I am pretty good at card tricks but I would prefer easy ones. Thanks!

  6. SteveO says:

    Im trying to get into doing some card tricks that i can show to my friends, anybody have any ideas?

  7. Matt says:

    I wanna know how to do those card tricks like Remy does in x men origins movie?

  8. JOHN KAISER PHD says:

    So far I have a disappearing coin trick, card trick where you separate the colors and have them put it in a different color four robbers and the risisng card trick… I need two more by saturday july 26 at 6:00 pm. Easy points for whoever can submit before then and that work!

  9. colingrillo says:

    I have been showed lots of card tricks that seem impossible does anyone know any good ones or a website that can teach you?

  10. thexbox360player says:

    1. Basecamp (http://www.basecamp.com)
    2. Wrike (http://www,wrike.com)
    3. HappyTODOS (http://happytodos.com)
    4. Project Turf
    5. Celoxis
    6. Zoho
    7. Huddle
    8. AceProject
    9. Trello
    10.Zoho Projects

  11. hank baseballs says:

    Goodmorning mikro kai trello koudraki..
    Mhn agxwnesai gia tous xronous , uparxei h lush…

  12. Cliffy N says:

    I really like to learn card tricks and/or magic tricks if anyone has a good site. Good tricks please.
    Thanks

  13. Daniel says:

    I would like to learn some neat card tricks to impress some friends. Could anyone help me please.

  14. musicistabest says:

    plaka sou kanw re mwro k gw diavasma trello exw [i am studying alot]…nai edw eimai [yes i am] alla [but] paw serrras shmeristha gyrisw apo deytera h kopela mou [my beautiful girl] paei londino [london] pempth opote tha mai edw genika [I am ]!

    so difficult when in greek-english!!!

  15. Taylor G says:

    I gave crocs a try and returned them, they’re not comfortable at all imo, even with socks.

  16. The Inc says:

    I am having a magic party and i want to impress my guests by showing them how talented i am at card tricks. Can anyone suggest some good tricks?

  17. mrankinmatt says:

    I don’t know how my friend did this card trick. Can you guys tell me how they do it? The thing is that they didn’t put the cards in special order or anything.
    First, they tell me to pick a random card and memorize what’s on the card. Then, (they don’t count the cards or anything) they split the deck in half and tell me to place the card on one of the piles. They mix the two piles together and go through every card and actually find my card. How do they know which one is my card?
    And if you know how to do this card trick, what is the name of it?

  18. Moore, Ron says:

    My cousins and I are having some fun learning and preforming some card tricks. So do you know any cool card tricks for us to learn???? Please and thank you!

  19. Mak Sultan says:

    I want to know how to do really cool card tricks. Ones that dont involve trick decks. Something really amazing. You can photo copy a page out of a card trick book. or tell me websites. Or videos. Thanks,

  20. Ray D says:

    In the The Prestidigitation Approximation episode of The Big Bang Theory, Howard baffles Sheldon with a card trick that has something to do with your birthday. Can you tell me how to do that trick?

  21. friendly 4 says:

    I’ve been working on my card tricks for a period of time and want to find a trick that would blow minds i came across the trick The Restless Lady and I’ve been having trouble figuring it out is there any out there that could help out fellow magician?

  22. kamikami says:

    Even Better if the websites have video clips of the effect and then how to perform it. Im looking for websites that cater for ametor and advanced card tricks, plus other tricks would be another bonus.

  23. cardskid22 says:

    There’s a lot of PM tools for tracking projects. But they are not equal for tech guys and non-tech guys. Some like Pivotal tracker are good for tech and awful for non-techs. Others are better for business oriented guys. Is there a tool that is equally good for dev and non-dev?

  24. evangldbrg says:

    I am english and I want to say it to my sisters greek boyfriend.

  25. Joe T says:

    I recently got VERY intrested in card tricks. Im still a beginner so nothing to complicated please. I think i can do about 5-7 tricks the names of them are…Aces high, Sisters Trick, and the others i sadly do not know the name of. So if anyone could give me some good tricks to try and learn it would be greatly appreciated! Thanks

  26. kamikami says:

    So I have been playing with cards for a decent amount of time, but want a good source to learn card tricks. I know the best way to learn is by someone teaching you one on one, but I can’t walk around asking everyone to teach me something. YouTube only gives beginner card tricks which are boring and easy for the viewer to mess up (and I know that’s any card trick, but all I’m saying is when searching YouTube, there is to much hoping and checking). Is there a book or website? Please help me out.

  27. Brian says:

    I know about 6-7 really good card tricks that I like to do at parties and at bars, but I would like to learn more. Video demonstrations are better, but if they are described in detail… written is fine too. I prefer not to use props either… just cards and sleight of hand.

  28. kass9191 says:

    I am looking at learning new card tricks, and criss angel does some of the best. So i’m just wondering if any of you might know where i could get criss angel card tricks revealed?

  29. Orbit says:

    Hi there !! My friend performed the following card-trick.

    EFFECT:

    The magician gives a pack of cards to me. I shuffle it thoroughly and choose a card of my wish. I do not show this card to anyone else and keep it tightly closed in my palm while the pack rests on a table. In a few seconds, the magician correctly names my card without getting his hands on the pack of cards.

    Now, my question is how the hell is this possible? He is correct every single time.

    Note:
    1. There are no accomplices since he did it one-on-one.
    2. The was no reflective surface behind me.
    3. I am not sure if he can produce the same effect with a different deck of cards.
    4. I am damn sure he does not Force the card on me.
    5. There is absolutely no touching of the pack by the magician after I shuffle it during the start of the trick.

  30. unbleevable39 says:

    sorry if I spelled there names wrong.

  31. JimT says:

    I tried all I can to find card tricks online and I could’nt find any.

  32. Scorch Delta-62 says:

    A friend did an astonishing card trick. He started out by taking his middle finger and pulling the cards down towards the bottom of the deck with his thumb on the bottom of the face down deck. Then he turned it over by keeping the front of the card facing me and then put it up to his forehead without him seeing it. Then he said the color, suite, and number if the card without looking at it. How did he do it? Its not a trick question I really don’t know how he did it.

  33. lucasg615 says:

    Tell me your 5 favourites card tricks or just the most awesome. Thanks!

  34. henryshensbcglobalnet says:

    I know this guy from school, and I’ve seen him do some pretty cool (but relatively simple) card tricks in person, but I think he might be using video editing in his video to change the color of the deck.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HnF3bNhauDg

    I know he says he doesn’t use any video editing, but what do you think?

    If he didn’t use video editing, how do you think he did it?

  35. Scott W says:

    I recently got into doing card tricks. Theey’re fun.

  36. Harriet W says:

    Okay, so my friend did this card trick for me the other day and I used to know how to do it but I forgot. He dealed out a number of cards and asked me to pick one and remember it. I put it back and shuffled the cards. He dealt out the cards face up into three piles. I told him which pile my card was in and we kept repeating that. He then found my card. I used to know how to do this but I forgot. I know it’s really easy and the magician doesn’t have to do much work. Help?

  37. toast says:

    The Italians throughout time have stolen Greek statues and other important archaeological defects and pretending that they are theirs! Do they plan to return any of them to the right owners (Greeks) any time soon or they would keep the and falsely claim that they are theirs?
    Correction “Archaeological defect” should be “Archaeological artifact”.

  38. Maggie says:

    I want to learn card tricks but cant find a good site.

  39. Ssshhhh Im becoming aroused says:

    I want to learn a couple of card tricks just for the fun of it.

  40. kewlflame14 says:

    I need to find a card trick that has to do with money (coins, bills, checks ect.) The card trick has to include a coin, bill, or check (or any other type of money) thanks!

  41. Lucas H says:

    I want to add this to my repetiore of tricks. If you don’t know what I’m talking about, it’s the card trick where a spectator picks a card and you attempt to draw it on the back of the deck and it is wrong, only to have a drawing of their real card emerge from under the original drawing.

  42. Adam says:

    I’ve recently taken an interest in card tricks, but I have yet to find a website that ranks tricks and slights by difficulty. I’ve learned how to charliet, swivel cut, helix 190 cut, and faro shuffle, maybe some others, and I know how to do the trick Oil and Water really well. So any websites (or even books) that anyone knows of would be really cool, thanks.

  43. encyclopath says:

    I was wondering how to do super cool card tricks in one minute because My sis and her friend Is just wanting to do a Magic show! Please help!

  44. stephen m says:

    And then few seconds later, it returns back to a normal deck. It kinda looks like, to me, that the deck looks exactly like the normal ones you play with.

    Please tell me how my freinds do this card trick, im very curious
    Thanks in advance

  45. Alun J says:

    I have an interest in card tricks, thing is… I know only 2 and 1 isn’t that good the other is too complex. So I just want to know if anyone knows any good card tricks that make sense and aren’t stupid. I’d also be nice if it wasn’t so simple they can figure out how to do it just by watching. (Example: A trick involving putting the cards behind your back)

  46. Andres C says:

    My friend showed me this card trick. It’s very easy, but I can’t figure it out. I have a deck of cards in my hands and I choose any card from the deck and I give it to him. He takes the card and moves it slowly left-right for a few seconds and then he tells me what card it is. The cards are all the same from the back, they aren’t see-through, and it’s absolutely impossible that he sees the card. And somehow, he managed to know what card it is every time. How?

  47. Andres C says:

    My friend does a card trick that starts with someone in the audience selecting a random card. Then he shows 5 or so cards and says these aren’t yours, then the audience member holds those cards while the magician slaps the cards and the person is left holding the original card they chose. How is this done? I don’t care if you explain it to me or direct me to a video or website.

  48. Heath says:

    A friend of mine is really into card tricks, and he did one today that was crazier than usual. He showed me a normal deck with one nine of hearts, then he rubbed the bottom of the deck and started cutting it in random places. Each card he cut to was the nine of hearts! Then he flipped thru the deck and like 3/4 of it was nines of hearts. He even let me hold two of them, and they were both definitely nines of hearts. I figure he has some sort of trick deck, but how did he make it look like there were so many of them?

  49. rndmaktn says:

    I am writing a paper on how magic uses math to do magic tricks and card tricks. Please let me know.

  50. baldy eire says:

    My friend showed me this card trick and I don’t know how to do it. He put down 5 cards that were exactly symmetrical (the 6 of diamonds, queen of hearts, jack of diamonds, etc) and when he turned away he told me to rotate one card 180 degrees. When he came back, he identified the card I turned. How do you do it?

  51. lucasg615 says:

    My science teacher wants to do a science carnival, where we all have our own booths. You can do anything as long as you relate it back to science, so how could I possibly relate a card trick?

    Thanks!!

  52. x_blind_x_gamer_x says:

    I want a really cool and easy card trick. It would make it easier if you give me a link to a video. And plus it doesn’t have to be a card trick as long as it doesn’t need much to do.

    Thanks!

  53. Matthew David says:

    I like to do random card tricks but as a newbie, always face this problem. People will want to rearrange my cards. However, most tricks require the cards to be placed in certain order and how do i handle the situation

  54. Oilers says:

    What software tools are the most common for project management in startups? We are a software development startup and we use scrum. Basecamp? Or something better?

  55. Mr SoLo DoLo says:

    I’ve stumbled across the collaboration software, Clinked. Are there any alternatives that are of the same standard in terms of security and features? It needs to be an on-premise solution at a similar price. I’m looking to have this implemented at work and have to explore a good deal of options.
    http://clinked.com

  56. Scott Bull says:

    I am looking for a to-do manager with the following specs/features (I checked about 20 to-do managers and couldn’t find one that answers all my needs):

    1. Collaboration with other users
    2. Important: looks like a dashboard (has columns and such like Trello and Netvibes for example, NOT like a list of tasks, like Asana, Astrid or Producteev for example).
    3. Can double check completed: lets say I give a task to someone, he marks it as completed, then I want to mark it as confirmed that it’s completed.
    4. Can do actions on multiple tasks.
    5. Can prioritize
    6. Can assign labels/tags.

    1 and 2 are a must, the rest is a good to have.

  57. Andre says:

    This may be obvious, I don’t know. But I just had an epiphany. Think about the last time someone did a card trick on you. When they ask you to take a card, which one did you pick? Think about how they splay the cards out. They splay them in a semi-circle in front of you, and if you look closely they are not even. My hypothesis is you chose the card that is pointing right at you (the one in the middle), because it is pointing at you. So, basically you think you are choosing a random card, but you aren’t. You are choosing the card they already chose for you. Am I right?

    4 minutes ago
    – 4 days left to answer.

    Additional Details
    Not to mention that they keep you distracted the entire time, so you do not see what their hands are doing, as well as slight of hand. Just curious is all. :)

    3 minutes ago
    I am thinking particularly of the card in the envelope trick. Think that is how they do it

    1 second ago

  58. Marshal says:

    hey does anyone know any simple to do, but good card tricks? Thanks

  59. Daniel says:

    I really need some good card magic tricks…..

  60. Splash Log Level 2 Again says:

    I constantly procrastinate my homework. I get bored and distracted by music, television, videos, and email. No matter what I try, I always get that temptation to open up a new tab on my laptop and start watching music videos or playing games. I stay up usually until 11 pm and wake up at 6 am. I’m not tired, but this really effects my grades because I have a ton of book reports, essays, and worksheets I rush to finish. I don’t spend enough time doing time and I have trouble studying. I either turn them in with bad quality, late, or not at all. My A’s are turning into B’s and C’s. I’m a good student and have never procrastinated before, but now I am and I don’t know why. For the past two months, it’s been a bad habit. Please help me, very much appreciated.

  61. mendhak says:

    I want to learn how to do card tricks and show my friends. I want them to be amazed. I know a few, but they are boring. answer please!
    Thank you

  62. Alina Elliott says:

    okay, we need to know how to do a awesome card trick!
    and
    ita gotta be fun and tricky!

  63. Christopher J says:

    ok.. my boyfriend played a card trick on me and a friend and it went something like this:

    1.) he had a deck, and shuffled down the deck until we picked a card
    2.) he got us to shuffle all the cards
    3.) he placed 4 cards in 4 piles face down on the table and told us to pick 2 piles
    4.) he then told us to pick one pile
    5.) he then tols us to pick two cards, then one – and it was the card we picked

    how did he do this??

  64. Jason says:

    Please, don’t give me links to some card trick websites, I don’t understand their explanations. Can you explain, in normal and understandable terms, some cool card trick?

    Thanks!

  65. clntvrrt says:

    there is this card trick where this perosn lays 3 columns of cards down then you pick one then they shuffle it and lay it into 3 columns again. then they do it 1 last time then count cards then they some how find your card

  66. gail C says:

    My friend did a card trick the other day and it really has me vexed. She told me to pick any card and then she cut the deck and had me put it on top of one half. She then let me shuffle the two halves together one on top of the other and found the card every time. It sounds simple but I need help! Do you know how she does it?

  67. Alex says:

    I need a bunch of card tricks to perform, but I don’t have many (around 5-6 tricks). I know the card trick ‘This, That & Other’, but that’s pretty much all I know. I need some that don’t damage my cards in any way at all, but most importantly, they need to totally amaze my audience and be really discrete that it’s hard to see what I’ve done. Thanks for your idea’s, they’re all much appreciated!!

  68. Xbox Gamer says:

    I have been doing small time card tricks for a bit, and am going on a trip to Belize soon. could you please tell me some card tricks and their instructions so that i can print them off and practice before the trip. Thanks a bunch!

  69. andresumoza says:

    please can someone tell me card tricks without links please I wanna learn them, explination plz

  70. Anais Lemarchal says:

    Good work. Proofhub.com is another tool that you can try to manage your projects. Very effective and feature rich tool. I’d recommend you to give it a go.

  71. Helen says:

    Great article and very realistic! Let me suggest a business collaboration platform based on cloud that really facilitates real time communication. Its name is Comidor and you can find all the information you may need at https://www.comidor.com . You can try also its free demo version available at comidor’s site.

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