17 Mar '11, 9am

A lovely writeup by @youngupstarts:

A lovely writeup by @youngupstarts:

PlayNice.ly (www.playnice.ly ) is a project management app developed by London-based software startup Playnice.ly Labs that is aimed at small teams of developers, as well as anyone else involved in projects, such as designers, product managers, etc. What’s interesting about PlayNice.ly is that they inject a bit of fun into project management – adding a bit of gamification into, for example, bug tracking. “The PlayNice.ly philosophy is to take the pain out of bug tracking,” says PlayNice.ly co-founder Adam Charnock of the Redis -based app. “Although bug tracking is an essential aspect of professional software development, it can be mightily boring. We try to solve this with a clean and gorgeous interface that is a pleasure to use, and badges to encourage positive productive behaviour.” For example, if you squash 20 bugs in a project, you get to unlock a “Squasher” badge. As...

Full article: http://www.youngupstarts.com/2011/03/17/playnice-ly-while...

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