A lot of people toss around the term “minimalist” these days as they try to describe very simple (or simplistic — in the case of our trusty Patrick Star) design. When stripping away the aesthetics and meaning to its bare minimum, the designer mustn’t sacrifice performance and usability. This task is harder than it sounds. There are few who get the final product just right
. After the jump we’ll show you a free (and ad-less) online to-do list that marries form and function in a very understated and straightforward manor.