Tuesday, October 26th, 2010

If not Blank, Dot, Graph or Lined, What would you like to see?

Stephanie

Doodling as much as I write, I am a big fan of the blank page. I find that lined has it’s place with me as well- using  it for making lists, staying organized, and brainstorming. Big graph pads are fun for mind-maps and the dot pads fun for practicing calligraphy. For fans of the Cornell note taking system, Levenger is now exclusively offering Rhodia paper for their Circa notebooks that is annotation ruled.

I know that during my travels that I’ve seen a few other kinds of page rulings- are there any that you have seen that you’d like to see Rhodia produce?


34 thoughts on “If not Blank, Dot, Graph or Lined, What would you like to see?

  1. I take notes a lot in school, and I prefer Cornell formatting. I also prefer graph paper, so graph ruled note paper would be a dream come true.

  2. I take notes a lot in school, and I prefer Cornell formatting. I also prefer graph paper, so graph ruled note paper would be a dream come true.

  3. Is there a dot pad style Webbie and I’ve missed it? I’m still tinkering with this paper, but it seems to be a less restrictive format than lines or graphs.

    I’d love to see Webbies with colored papers. I use Webbies almost exclusively, rather than pads.

    If not colored papers, could we have different colored lines? It would be a quick visual cue of changed topics/subjects when the notebooks are open, rather than having to change ink colors or turn them over to check the label I’ve pasted on the front.

  4. Is there a dot pad style Webbie and I’ve missed it? I’m still tinkering with this paper, but it seems to be a less restrictive format than lines or graphs.

    I’d love to see Webbies with colored papers. I use Webbies almost exclusively, rather than pads.

    If not colored papers, could we have different colored lines? It would be a quick visual cue of changed topics/subjects when the notebooks are open, rather than having to change ink colors or turn them over to check the label I’ve pasted on the front.

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