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Jason McKee hid the engagement ring in a geocache, and then took Heather on a treasure hunt.
And of course Heather found the ring.
(When Jason dropped to his knees to propose, a friend with a GoPro camera was there to capture the moment.)
Planning a wedding is actually a perfect use-case for distributed Kanban.
There are a ton of tasks to get done (and there always seem to be more getting added to the "To Do" column).
There's Max the wedding planner (that's her on the right), and Patty the graphic designer. And family and friends of course.
And with everyone leading busy, professional lives, a well-coordinated distributed team is critical for success.
Planning a wedding turns out to be a perfect use-case for a Kerika Kanban Board:
A great feature in Kerika's Kanban Boards is the ability to chat, right on the cards themselves, which makes is super-easy to have all your conversations integrated with your tasks and documents — like this task, to design the "Save the Date" cards: