Skins are a way to make projectGenie look how you want it to. In the same way you can buy different cases for your mobile phone to personalise it, you can choose to have a different skin for your projectGenie system. There are several default skins to choose from:
ProjectGreenie (default skin)
This is the default skin and is, as you might have guessed, green.
Based on the colour scheme of a piece of desktop software, this skin attemps to blur the line between websites and desktop software.
Just in case you are managing projects for a nuclear power station or chemicals factory.
The fantastic free Ubuntu operating system is a favourite of mine, so I paid homage to it with this brown skin.
The philosophy behind 37signals software has been particularly inspiring to me as a developer, so I am paying them the ultimate accolade by blatantly copying their popular Basecamp project management software (which you can read more about on the competitors page).
Other projectGenie features
- Create unlimited clients for whom you do projects
- Create unlimited contacts, who can use the projectGenie software to communicate
- Create unlimited projects, setting their priority and status
- Create unlimited tasks, bugs, memos, announcements and milestones and communicate through notes and files attached to these tasks
- Keep up to date without having to keep revisiting the software through the use of RSS technology
- Choose between a number of available skins to make the software look how you like
- And there are more features than you can shake a camel at