Graphic Designer Leah Ferguson joined us from the Toronto, Canada area to share how she uses OmniFocus and Obsidian to manage her multifaceted life.
Leah Ferguson is an environmental graphic designer specializing in wayfinding design and strategy. She’s passionate about shaping experiences in the built environment through design, research and planning. She thrives on design systems and enjoys translating complexities into something that’s simple for end users.
During this session, Leah took us on a tour of her OmniFocus setup and workflows. She shared why she chose OmniFocus and highlighted various ways that she uses OmniFocus to manage all aspects of her life.
Leah is also an avid user of Obsidian, a popular personal knowledge base app that’s built on a folder of text-based Markdown files. She shared how and why she uses Obsidian as her PKM (Personal Knowledge Management) app. Leah also showcased ways that she uses Obsidian alongside OmniFocus.
Please Note: This session showcases a pre-release (TestFlight) version of OmniFocus 4 for Mac. The feature set and user interface are subject to change and may differ from the final release of OmniFocus 4.0 for Mac.
Detailed Event Notes – Leah’s event notes contain details on the information she shared during this session, including links to some of the Shortcuts that she showcased. Appropriately enough, these notes live within Leah’s Obsidian vault and are published using Obsidian Publish.
Leah on Twitter — You can follow and reach out to Leah on Twitter @leahthedesigner.
Leah on the Omni Show – Listen to Leah’s interview on the Omni Show.
About Leah Ferguson
She has a personal and professional interest in accessibility and inclusivity in the built environment and how we navigate information.
In addition to school and work, she volunteers as a Chapter Chair with the Society for Experiential Graphic Design (SEGD). She also serves as a moderator on the Obsidian community Discord and Obsidian Community Talks.