Clickable dots indicate key tasks to accomplish to make the day a success, such as packing an umbrella. 
 The first step in creating a visual analytics tool was to map the decision points for deciding which transportation option to choose in the morning. Hassle Maps highlighted common issues with transportation planning. 
 User needs and product architecture mapping pinpointed that "something derailing schedule" (which pretty much happens to everyone, everyday), was like drawing the "go to jail" card in Monopoly. It sent users back to the planning process and questioning their transportation and scheduling decisions. 
 Inspiration for a new tool? A Rolex racing watch designed to keep drivers on pace while racing the Daytona 500. How might we design a new pacing tool for those with busy schedules?
 The complex product mapping above takes a much simpler form as a visual analytic tool. 
 After calendar is added, transportation data informs leave times, and forecasts best routes for the users.
 Editing is as easy as simply swiping. Tapping gives more detailed information on the pieces of life, such as attendees and location. 
 A web interface allows calendar management for multi-days. 
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