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In today's fast-paced world, the sheer volume of tasks and information often overwhelms individuals, leading to reduced efficiency and a loss of purpose in daily activities. Many tools exist to help track and manage tasks, but few provide a mechanism for introspection and a true understanding of one's accomplishments. Recognizing the significant gap between task-tracking and self-awareness, the D3 project was initiated.
D3, short for "Daily 3," is more than just a sticky note—it's a transformative tool designed to boost productivity and foster self-reflection.
Each note comes equipped with designated spaces for three specific daily tasks, giving users a clean, organized framework to shape their day. Beyond this, the reverse side of the note acts as a canvas for reflective notes, turning the mundane activity of task tracking into a dual-purpose endeavor.
The development of D3 stems from a pressing need: the modern individual’s struggle with maintaining productivity while also fostering a sense of purpose in day-to-day activities.
While the importance of task management is widely recognized, there's an often-neglected component of understanding and reflecting on one’s accomplishments. Without this reflection, tasks may feel empty or mechanistic. D3 seeks to bridge this gap, creating a balance between daily productivity and self-awareness.
D3 addresses the identified challenges by offering a structured approach to daily tasks while simultaneously promoting introspection. By having three distinct sections for daily tasks, users can prioritize their activities and avoid the common pitfalls of multitasking or being overwhelmed.
The added component of a space reserved for reflective notes on the reverse side allows individuals to look back, analyze, and appreciate their progress. This reflective process reinforces positive behavior, instills a sense of accomplishment, and provides a more profound sense of purpose in daily endeavors.
Through this dual-purpose design, D3 aims to embed mastery and purpose into everyday activities, transforming the way individuals perceive and interact with their tasks.


In today's fast-paced environment, individuals grapple with task overload, a decreased sense of purpose, and the pitfalls of multitasking. Moreover, most task management tools fail to promote reflection, leaving accomplishments feeling hollow and routine.
Challenge Statement

How can we design effective task management solutions that alleviate task overload, reignite a sense of purpose, and discourage unproductive multitasking while also encouraging meaningful reflection to enhance the sense of accomplishment in today's fast-paced environment?

Challenge Areas
  • Task Overload: In the modern era, individuals frequently confront a multitude of tasks every day. The volume can be daunting, leading to feelings of overwhelm and the inability to prioritize or effectively manage time.
  • Lack of Reflection: Amid the hustle and bustle, many people complete tasks mechanically without taking a moment to reflect on their accomplishments. This omission can lead to a lack of satisfaction and fulfillment.
  • Absence of Purpose: Task management tools, while numerous, often focus solely on ticking off tasks. This singular focus can reduce the perceived value of daily accomplishments, leading to a diminished sense of purpose.
  • Multitasking Pitfalls: The desire to manage numerous tasks simultaneously can lead to inefficiencies. Research has shown that multitasking can decrease productivity, as individuals often split their focus and fail to give adequate attention to any single task.
Intervention Points
  • Structured Task Management: D3 sticky-notes have designated spaces for three daily tasks, encouraging users to prioritize and focus. This structure provides a tangible approach to manage daily activities, mitigating feelings of overwhelm and the inefficiencies of multitasking.
  • Promotion of Introspection: The unique design of D3, with its reverse side dedicated to reflective notes, invites users to not only track their tasks but also understand and appreciate their accomplishments. By making reflection an integral part of the daily routine, D3 fosters a deeper sense of purpose, satisfaction, and fulfillment.
With D3, the goal is to transform daily task management into a holistic process, addressing both the tangible and intangible challenges individuals face in their pursuit of productivity and purpose.


Section in development


Explore our expanding resource library with articles, infographics, scientific papers and other information related to the project. Below is a curated selection.
The 80-20 Principle by Richard Koch
The Pomodoro Technique by Francesco Cirillo
Digital Minimalism by Cal Newport
107 Productivty Books (Source: Ali Abdaal)
Slow Living (Source: Einzelgänger)
Papers & Articles
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Section in development


August 23, 2023 - Initial conceptualization of D3.
August 29, 2023 - Research begins.
September 12, 2023 - First prototype developed. Internal testing begins.