Recently, I reviewed Trello as a fabulous, free Kanban tool.
Now, I have seen another tool, equally good. It is called Wunderkit, and it is great for managing, collaboratively or alone, simple projects. It is not what the project management community would understand by the term “project management software”. It does no programming or sequencing, but for small, simple projects that many of my readers carry out, it may be just the tool – easy to use, free, entirely web-based (so no installation needed and easy multi-partner collaboration) and multi-project capable.
Because it is as much a personal productivity tool as it is a project management tool, I’ve posted a full review on my other (non-projects/change/risk) blog, on my main website. If it sounds like this tool could be for you, check out that article, here.