It's a great source of inspiration when others allow us to have a look into the OmniFocus Setup that allows them to get their job done. When this insight is provided to a specific, creative job, it becomes even more interesting.
Aaron Hockley shares his OmniFocus setup and provides particular detailed insights in how he manages repeating activities in OmniFocus using templates:
When I acquire a new client, or begin planning for a new job for an existing client, I have a series of tasks to perform. These fall into a few groupings:
- Preparing, sending, and storing the photography contract
- Getting the client setup in my bookkeeping system (if they’re new)
- Generating and sending an invoice for the job
- Identifying gear needed and making arrangements for any rentals
- Preparing and packing gear for the photoshoot
The results of his efforts look like this
A really great post by Aaron and highly recommended, not only for photographers.
Update 05-02-2013: During his days in San Francisco, where I also had the opportunity to meet Aaron, he recorded the below video discussing the exact same subject with Frederick Van Johnson from ThisWeekinPhoto.