Wednesday, May 18th, 2011

Extention of the Dot Line

Karen

A few weeks ago, I wrote a post on Quo Vadis Blog soliciting feedback from the QV community on product development.  I will soon be heading off to an annual get together where products are discussed between North American Quo Vadis managers and the head of our parent company in France. I bring emails and blog comments with me to discuss with the other participants, so our customers views are heard directly.

Rhodia is not generally addressed in any depth at that meeting, since we focus on the Quo Vadis brand.  However, we will discuss the Rhodia planners, since they are made by Quo Vadis USA.

Rhodia product suggestions and criticisms we receive are passed along to the appropriate people in France.  The 90g Clairefontaine paper in the Webnotebooks, and the new Dot Webnotebook, were the direct result of comments and conversations from this blog. The product development people in France do listen to you.

Stephanie forwarded me a comment she received that was prompted by my Quo Vadis Blog post.  I thought I would share it with the other Rhodia Drive readers:

I really, really want an #18 (A4) DotPad.  The A5 is just too long for me to put in my Levenger circa notebook, and I don’t want to have to use the paper cutter to lop off an inch of paper at the bottom if I don’t have to. The A4 pages fit perfectly. Surely there’s no good reason they *wouldn’t* do an A4 DotPad,right?

Also, I use the Rhodia Weekly Notebook (6×9), and I’d love to see the right side of those pages use the dots instead of grid, or at least offer them.”

Please add your voice for the same requests, or, suggest other dotPad line extensions you want to see.  As always, thank you for your ideas and support.



48 thoughts on “Extention of the Dot Line

  1. Thank you all for your comments! I just printed them out to take with me to Montreal. We are going to push for a No. 18 dotPad at the fall product meeting in France. We will also see about dotPads in spiral. I will report back on WebPlanner changes planned for 2013. As always, thank you for your good ideas, enthusiasm and support. Karen

  2. Thank you all for your comments! I just printed them out to take with me to Montreal. We are going to push for a No. 18 dotPad at the fall product meeting in France. We will also see about dotPads in spiral. I will report back on WebPlanner changes planned for 2013. As always, thank you for your good ideas, enthusiasm and support. Karen

  3. I echo the call for a Number 18 DotPad. I love the dots, but the larger size does make it really inconvenient to use.

    Actually, I would LOVE LOVE LOVE to see US Letter size pads also — grid and dot preferably.

  4. I echo the call for a Number 18 DotPad. I love the dots, but the larger size does make it really inconvenient to use.

    Actually, I would LOVE LOVE LOVE to see US Letter size pads also — grid and dot preferably.

  5. I just checked out The Writing Desk and they have increased their price for A5 dot webbie to £13.27. Guess they got it wrong before? Thought you’d want to know.

  6. I just checked out The Writing Desk and they have increased their price for A5 dot webbie to £13.27. Guess they got it wrong before? Thought you’d want to know.

  7. @Colin and @TubbyMike:
    Thank you so much for the suggestion! I will commence my shopping now!

  8. @Colin and @TubbyMike:
    Thank you so much for the suggestion! I will commence my shopping now!

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