Keep everyone time-aware. Not stressed by time.
Timeqube uses the 3 colors everyone knows by heart. It doesn't shout the exact time at you. Instead it provides a gentle, yet effective reminder of passing time.
A lot of time left
Half or less time left
Time to wrap up
Fully analog experience
We don't want people to spend even more time on their Smartphones. Timeqube's UX is engineered towards simplicity of form and interface. Actually it's so straightforward, nobody will ever have to learn it.
Why it's awesome
Timeqube is simple, intuitive and scientific.
Mindful & Stress-free
Forget distracting countdowns and noisy alarms. Timeqube is purely and scientifically visual.
Uses Peripheral Vision
Timeqube uses colors to raise meeting participants’ awareness of passing time. It’s also
big enough so you know the time without even looking at it.
Simple & Minimal design
Timeqube uses simple, beautiful and intuitive form factor and interfacing.
One Tap to Rule them all
We call it The Tap . An enthusiastic thump will work too, so Timeqube can gently start
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Discover Timeqube's many use cases
Timeqube's mission is to save the world from unproductive meetings. But there are so many ways you can use it outside of the meeting room. Here are a few examples:
Set Timeqube to 30 or 60 minutes depending on how many topics and how thoroughly you want to discuss them. Tap Timeqube once and place so it’s visible for everyone in the meeting. Watch how productive the meeting can be!
Timeqube has 2,5,10 and 15 minute programs engineered with Agile meetings in mind. You can use it during your daily stand-ups passing along the cube just like any other Agile meeting token.
Use Timeqube with productivity techniques such as Pomodoro. Set it for 30 or 60 minutes intervals then focus 100% on the task at hand.
No matter if you’re a public speaker delivering a speech or a lecturer speaking to a group of students. Putting Timeqube somewhere close will not only keep you aware of remaining time left but also show the audience you value their time as much as your own.
The story behind Timeqube
Owing to over 10 years spent wearing different hats at large enterprises, I grew used to a terrible fact – majority of meetings businesses do are ineffective, boring and costly. As a strong Agile supporter, I grew to love the idea of timeboxing, that is assigning clear time boundaries to meetings. But for that, you either needed someone to keep track of time which seemed a waste, or alternatively a timer. Standard timers never really worked for us – people hated countdowns, moving dials and distracting sounds the moment a timer landed on the meeting table.
I dreamed of a timer that would help keep people aware of passing time but not stress everyone with its cruel imminence.
Timeqube is just that kind of timer. In a mindful and beautiful way it reminds meeting participants of time running out, so everyone can remain vigilant when this precious asset is being wasted.
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