Ljubljana, Slovenia – Following the positive reception of CircleTime – the first round perpetual calendar in the world, its creators decided to take the new round calendar a notch further – by combining the circular format with a calendar for women. This means that the calendar will let you track the menstrual and fertility cycles in a much more sensible manner – with a circle.
From this idea was born Freya, a calendar app that the HedgeHog team plans to implement for Apple iOS devices, and for which they decided to seek support on the popular crowdfunding platform Kickstarter. It is their intent to offer the future users a unique opportunity to become involved with the design process itself.
The new round calendar presents time in the way of natural cycles which are continuously repeating in a circular fashion from day to day and year to year, and which is traversed by spinning the circle in either direction. This format is perfect for the women’s calendar which is also all about the cycles.
The purpose of Freya is to provide a remarkable calendar for women which will be immensely appealing in both appearance as well as functionality, said Dean Durini, inventor of the new round calendar and project leader.
The fundraising campaign is expected to be launched in May 2014.
HedgeHog, an independent software developer for iOS applications, is located in Ljubljana, Slovenia, and was formed in 2010 by Dejan Durini and Daniel Nunic. Copyright (C) 2012 HedgeHog. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, iPod and iPad are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.