Thursday, July 15, 2010

A Progress Bar for your Work Day

Do you frequently keep checking your watch to see how many hours are left before you can finally call it a day, pack your things and go home? Well, why not have a progress bar like the ones that appear when installing stuff on the computer?

My Progress is a JavaScript based progress bar that crawls infinitesimally throughout your work day and tells you, at a glance, how much of your day is done and how many hours are left. Just set the start and end time to begin. Keep it running in a browser tab, for reference, while you slog through your daily schedule in a sad cubicle.

workday-progress

If you start getting weird looks from your co-workers, turn on the “disguise mode” and it will change it’s appearance into something serious.

workday-progress-disguised

If you wish to download My Progress bar for offline use, head over to this progress bar which was put together by a Reddit user and save the page. Simply open the saved page in a browser whenever you need to run it. All necessary codes are embedded on the page allowing the progress bar to run without an Internet connection.

1 comment:

  1. In context of Computer programming, its never 'Codes', its always 'Code'.

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