Introducing the new Schedule timeline beta!
Cushion was built out of a need for a less stressful freelance life. The goal is to provide better insight and awareness, so the roller coaster ride of freelancing feels smoother, with fewer surprises.
Visualize your schedule
Cushion shows your year as a whole, so you can confidently plan months ahead and avoid taking on too much work at once.
Schedule projects from a bird’s eye view
Easily see when you’re available or overbooked
Track delays and projects past their deadline
Forecast your income
Always know where you stand with invoices and potential income. Set goals to separate what you need to make from what you want to make.
Track paid, invoiced, and estimated income
Specify minimum, target, and stretch goals
Support for 100+ currencies with automatic currency conversion
Easily track your time
Click & drag to track your time or use Cushion’s simple timer throughout the day. Then generate an invoice or view realtime reports—all in one place.
View tracked time in a day view or week view
Pause and resume timers with a single click
Import tracked time from Harvest or Toggl, and one-click export as a spreadsheet
Learn about your clients
Cushion is smart and will teach you tendencies about your clients. Use these insights to decide whether you would work with these clients again, or if you’d be better off without them.
“Cushion was exactly what I was looking for when I was overbooking myself without realizing it.”
“Being a visual person, Cushion helps me understand where my income is coming from and when it’s coming in.”
“Cushion is pretty to look at, easy to use, and tells me what I need from simple info.”
“Incredibly thrilled with Cushion so far. It makes me want to work and invoice more.”
Ask a Freelancer
Our podcast series where experienced freelancers answer submitted questions about freelancing.Listen to the podcast
Our interview series where we talk to freelancers about important topics in the freelance world.Read the interviews
Behind the scenes
As a team of self-taught developers, we’ve learned everything we know from the shared knowledge of others. We pay it forward by writing about our process in the Cushion journal and providing insight into our running costs.