Over the past 8 years, we’ve used many tools for project communication and planning and we tried very hard to not write our own. The latest combination was Basecamp and Pivotal Tracker. Basecamp was great for discussion and communication. Pivotal Tracker was great for user stories and emergent planning.
However, we’ve grown tired of having one tool that designers love, one tool that developers love, and no tool that clients love.
I’m excited to take the lid off of our newest product, Trajectory.
Trajectory is an agile planning tool that helps teams discuss and plan their projects in a realistic, structured way.
We set out last summer to create something which met the following goals:
We created Trajectory to solve our own problems. We now use it on all of our projects. Maybe it can solve your problems too. I invite you to learn more and give it a try for free today. If you’re currently using Pivotal Tracker, you can import your project and get up and running in a matter of minutes.
Many thanks to all the designers and developers at thoughtbot who have worked on this since last summer’s CapeCo.de, our clients who were the early, enthusiastic alpha testers, and our designer and developer friends who have helped us work through bugs and add polish in the last few weeks.