TckTck – Time Tracker
The primary and undeniably main function of a time tracking app is, unsurprisingly, to track time. Therefore, the main screen is dedicated solely to this purpose — a visually appealing and beautiful overview featuring color-coded projects with user-defined metrics, such as tracked time or earned money. To top it off (literally), there’s also an interactive timeline displayed at the top, showcasing color-coded entries from the tracked projects for an easy overview.
As I worked on TckTck, I decided to concentrate on only a few key screens, ensuring it wouldn’t consume too much time from my other real-world projects with paying clients. Speaking of mastering your time and acing your tasks (no pun intended), my focus was on the main time tracking screen, accompanied by a modal details view for editing a specific project. This details view includes various options, such as a more granular breakdown of tracked time, hourly rate, location, notes and more.
The other aspect I dedicated attention to was the calendar view, the second menu item, providing an enhanced overview of all projects (color-coded and tracked).