Minimal Tasks Re-design

Moving to WordPress has giving me more time to work on a new re-design of Minimal Tasks which is definitely needed. I’m also cleaning up the code as well to make the actual size of the site as small as possible. Many thanks to Harold at Overcommitted for helping me out with my lack of design skills.

If you like and use Minimal Tasks, please feel free to leave a comment or send me an e-mail with any feedback you may have. Thanks!

Minimal Tasks and a Real Web Host

It took me awhile, but I now have a project entry on my Projects page! Minimal Tasks is a project I’ve been working on for the past few months. It’s a super-simple, no login required, task entry site. It uses the localStorage attribute currently in-use using HTML5. So your tasks are all stored in the browser – no need for a server-side database and no need for logins as well.

I originally got the idea while at work. I always had a Notepad window open or two just to jot down quick tasks or notes but all those windows got buried underneath everything else. Typically at the top of that window “pile” was Chrome, my main web browser. Since I always had that open and spent 90% of my day in Chrome, I wanted to add tasks in there as well. And that’s how Minimal Tasks started.

On to other news: this site is now officially hosted on a real web host! I’m still debating on whether to move to WordPress or not, but for now I’m happy. Expect some changes soon as I get used to the new space.

And yes, I changed the theme again.