A calendar made from LEGOs that syncs digitally

A calendar made from LEGOs that syncs digitally

The London-based design and invention firm Vitamins was pondering a frequently asked question in design studios: “How do people stay organized?” Their playful internal solution is this ‘LEGO Calendar.’

Each horizontal grey board represents a month, with each column symbolizing a day. All projects are assigned a specific color of LEGO and each brick represents half of a business day. Every team member gets their own LEGO person that indicates their line on the calendar.

A companion software automatically synchronizes the actual calendar to their digital one in the cloud. All they have to do is take a photo of the calendar and email it to a special address.

Could this be the solution to finally making office scheduling fun?

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