Wunderkit is a project management solution that helps users accomplish goals and work alone or with a group. Users can create a workspace for a new idea. Each workspace can be named and comes with three built in applications. The user can invite others to collaborate on their new endeavor. The workspace is set to private by default, but the user can choose to make it public if they want to share their idea with others. Anything the user puts in the project workspace is visible to all members. The user can assign content to specific individuals as well. The first app, Dashboard, provides status updates and important information. Tasks is the second app, which provides user with a place to list to dos. The Notes app gives the user a space to write down ideas or brainstorm.
Wunderkit was created by 6Wunderkinder, which was founded by Frank Thelen, Daniel Marschner and Charlette Prevot. The application was designed to give users a complete way to manage projects that wasn’t overly complicated. The service already offers many appealing benefits, including no advertisements. The application was mentioned on many websites all over the web. Many praised it for the user friendly design, which never loses touch with the needs of project creators.
Wunderkit is an all-in-one tool. There are many project management applications available, and some have features that mirror what Wunderkit offers. The beauty is in the interface and all inclusive design. Users can take notes, invite others to collaborate, build to do lists and review project status. Wunderkit manages to be elegant and highly effective for many users. The price is another shining gem in Wunderkit’s collection of benefits.
Wunderkit was definitely designed with the user in mind. The application is user friendly and includes a number of stylish visual elements that stimulates creativity without distracting. Users will find various textures, each sleek and streamlined. The layout is very simple to grasp and lets the user run with their project idea easily. The user receives the most vital tools they need to manage a project without too many small details that can become more of a burden than helpful.
A new user can give Wunderkit a try by clicking the blue “Log in or Sign Up” button in the upper, right hand corner of the homepage. The form on the next page includes two buttons, one for Facebook and the other for Twitter. Users who prefer to create a new account can click the blue “Sign Up” button in the lower, right corner instead. The registration form asks for a name, email address and password. The user can also add a short bio and image if they wish to do so. The user is automatically signed in with a pop up box that explains the Pro trial.
Anyone can try Wunderkit for free. New users are given access to a free 90 day trial of a Pro account. Users can continue using a free account if they wish to do so. A Pro account upgrade costs $4.99 per month and includes priority support, a Pro badge, group billing options and additional built in apps (which are still in development). Free users can invite unlimited users and join or create unlimited workspaces.
Wunderkit is an excellent resource for anyone who needs an elegant project management tool. The application is simple to use and offers a visually stimulating environment that can be customized with built in themes. A few basic applications are packaged together and provide the user with all the vital functionality needed to work on and manage a project. Additional Pro features are planned for future updates.