Tuesday, March 23rd, 2010

Rhodia Responds! Logo to be removed from Webbie pages

Stephanie

After many of you had commented on the Rhodia logo being a distraction on the bottom of every page of the Webbie, Rhodia has responded by removing it. I believe this new version will be seen later this year, and I’ve also heard that there has been improvements made to make the book open flatter. (I’ll report back on that feature when I have a new copy to review.)

With Rhodia’s blog & Facebook presence, we always appreciate feedback both good and bad on our products. We appreciate hearing from you when you review our products on your own blogs and discuss them in open forums like on the Fountain Pen Network.  Your comments can only help to improve what Rhodia has to offer.


39 thoughts on “Rhodia Responds! Logo to be removed from Webbie pages

  1. Love it! Tho the little bitty Rhodia logo in the corner is much less annoying than the products of some other companies, who insist on printing the word “Notes” at the top of every page in GREAT BIG LETTERS.

  2. Love it! Tho the little bitty Rhodia logo in the corner is much less annoying than the products of some other companies, who insist on printing the word “Notes” at the top of every page in GREAT BIG LETTERS.

  3. I was doing some research about notebooks to buy for my next school year, and while I was thinking about Rhodia, seeing the Logo on the pages immediately made me want to change my mind. I’m glad to hear it’s being removed.

  4. I was doing some research about notebooks to buy for my next school year, and while I was thinking about Rhodia, seeing the Logo on the pages immediately made me want to change my mind. I’m glad to hear it’s being removed.

  5. Now, if only we had an A4 webbie there’d be a big journal that just works. I had high hopes for the new A4 moleskunk folio but as usual the paper bleeds on contact with most FP ink. Think large format please, Rhodia!

  6. Now, if only we had an A4 webbie there’d be a big journal that just works. I had high hopes for the new A4 moleskunk folio but as usual the paper bleeds on contact with most FP ink. Think large format please, Rhodia!

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