Traffik Lite is a collaboration tool that makes it easy to manage projects and get things done. The stylish images compliment the application’s functionality. The theme is based around a traffic light, with red for a project that is on hold, green for a project that is ready to go and yellow for a project that needs attention. A blinking yellow light indicates the project needs urgent attention. The concept behind the traffic light makes it very easy for anyone to use the site and learn how to manage their projects. Listing tasks and projects by priority is a proven way to effectively complete work, and Traffik Lite helps teams use this to their advantage.Show more screenshots »
Timothy Kim is the CEO of TM Media the company that created Traffik Lite.
The internet is full of team collaboration tools and similar applications. Project management is certainly not a new concept by any stretch. However, each tool has its own unique way of approaching the task. Traffik Lite’s use of the red, green, and yellow light indicators is a great way to complete a project. Additional features help streamline the process so that users can easily work through long and short term projects to get things done in the order they need completed.
The Traffik Lite website features both colorful personality and professionalism. The stylish logo features a modern traffic light while the site itself is complimented by a blue and green color scheme. Large, eye-catching screen shots as well as prominently displayed navigation links are included so the user can quickly make their way around the website and the tools it offers. Even a beginner level user will have little trouble adapting to the layout and user interface of Traffik Lite.
New users can click the white “Sign Up” link at the top of the homepage, or the prominent, orange “Try it for free” button found just below. The user is given their choice of seven account types to choose from. After doing so, Traffik Lite asks for a first and last name, email address and password. The site explicitly states it does not require a credit card to begin, which is a plus for users that want to feel the application out before committing to buy. The trial lasts for 30 days, at which point financial details are required to continue.
TraffikLite offers users seven account options to choose from, which makes it easy for all manner of user to find a membership level that fits their budget. The least expensive option is free, and includes unlimited users, up to three active projects and 50 MBs of storage. The next level up runs less than $15 and upgrades to seven projects and 300 MBs of storage. The third option costs just under $25 and includes up to 15 active projects and 2 GBs of storage space. The mid-range membership runs about $35 and includes up to 25 projects and 3 GBs of space. The next level costs a little more than $40 and includes 35 projects and 4 GBs of storage. The second to highest membership costs about $50 and includes up to 50 active projects and 5 GBs of storage. The most expensive option costs about $100 and allows up to 100 active projects and 15 GBs of storage.
Professional or casual users that want to try a new way to manage a project could appreciate Traffik Lite. It may be a more attractive option for users with a limited (or nonexistent) budget because of the seven membership levels that begin at free.