Procrastination is a common phenomena. We all find ourselves putting off things that we would have benefited from doing earlier. For 20 percent of the general population, procrastination is habitual and 85 to 95 percent of tertiary students are self-reported procrastinators. Unfortunately, procrastination is correlated with many negative outcomes across all aspects of our lives. The current methods for addressing procrastination are difficult often in effective due to lack of adherence. This project aims to create designed objects or environments that offer immediate support for task engagement by triggering subconscious and behavioural responses.