Here's the blurb Behance used to talk about the app, in case I missed anything:
After the success of ActionMethod, Behance engaged me to create an iPad version of the popular iPhone app. We took this as an opportunity to rethink the UI, where the iPhone was more beholden to the web design.
Behance was selling paper notebook versions of the ActionMethod system that had a similar look and feel as the web app, but obviously took advantage of the large real estate of a full-size piece of paper. I pushed for the idea that we take from that great use of space and adapt the paper notebook into the iPad app. It was the right size, and we could basically take what was great about paper and add in the power of digital.
We added in some great features, like note taking, an advisor that would tell you which tasks were getting stale, or which tasks you delegated haven't been completed by others in a timely manner.
I'm still not a fan of the color scheme (I just don't think it transfers well from physical to digital), but I think we did some great work in the GTD space back in the day.
Here's how Behance described the app in case I missed anything:
Action Method Mobile is a free and powerful task management application, designed for maximum productivity. The app also syncs seamlessly with the award-winning online web application, Action Method Online. Action Method functions both as a personal and a collaborative task management application that allows users to organize tasks by project, due date, color, keyword, who delegated it, or the new "Focus List" feature.
The application is based on a methodology designed to make creative people more productive. Action Method lets you capture any and all Action Steps (tasks) and then automatically synchronize those Action Steps (whenever internet connectivity is available). Some users also chose to manage their projects online.