For students, writers, creatives, designers -for everyone.
Fōkasu is for everyone that values their time. It's a timer that will help create a more productive you. Fōkasu automatically counts down from 52 minutes -the ideal work productivity schedule. In those 52 minutes you are 100% dedicated to accomplishing tasks, getting things done, and making progress. After those 52 minutes, a 17 minute break should be taken. You should be completely removed from work in order to maximize focus and productivity.
Add To iPhone/Android Homescreen.
Fōkasu can be added to your iPhone/Android homescreen and be used just like a regular app. Just open the timer on your mobile device and follow the steps to add to your homescreen. Once Fōkasu is added to your homescreen, it can be used just like an app.
However for mobile users there are some caveats:
*Desktop/Laptop users can just leave the website tab open in the background and carry on doing whatever work on the desktop/laptop.
Fōkasu is a simple timer -but powerful tool to help you maximize your time and brain power. According to themuse.com, the ideal work to break ratio is 52/17 minutes. By using time-tracking and productivity app DeskTime, they have been able to study the habits of the most productive people. And it turns out that the top 10% of the most productive people take effective breaks (17 minutes) after working 52 minutes with intense purpose. Fōkasu is a timer that has the 52/17 ratio built in and repeats automatically. 52 minutes is the perfect amount of time to get your work done without feeling overworked. The ideal break time should be 17 minutes in order to maximize productivity and refresh the mind.
The Magic Numbers 52 And 17.
Fōkasu is automatic. No need to set anything. Just open the website and press start to count down from 52 minutes. It will then give you an alert and an alarm to notify your 52 minutes of work is done. Then after your 52 minutes are done, the timer will automatically begin counting down from 17 minutes for your break. The cycle continues until you are finished with your work.