From 37signals.com, a privately-held Chicago-based company committed to building the best web-based software products possible with the least number of features necessary, comes Basecamp – an online project management tool. All you need is a modern browser (Firefox, IE6, etc)and an internet connection. What is amazing is it was hailed by a former executive of Microsoft Project. It must be good.
Basecamp turns project management and collaboration on its head. Instead of Gantt charts, fancy graphs, and stats-heavy spreadsheets, Basecamp offers message boards, to-do lists, simple scheduling, collaborative writing, and file sharing. Tens of thousands agree it’s a better way. Farhad Manjoo of Salon.com said “Basecamp represents the future of software on the Web.”
And getting an account is a breeze. I know these guys are also usability experts so you would really expect an easy to use and an intuitive UI (user interface) for their products.
Go ahead, get a free or paid account, you should try it.