Stationery

The coffee cup notebook

Sit down, jot on It’s always nice to see people creating interesting stationery.   Today’s story is about someone making notebooks out of old coffee cups. Christin Ripley’s notebooks repurpose commercial…
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Plane page dividers

Up, up and stored away We’ve found a potential ‘best in class’ example of how to use page dividers. People that own or operate planes in America have to keep…
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Page dividers & pensioners

The power of colour I’ve been trying to find out whether page dividers can improve project management efficiency, beyond making things easier to find. Unfortunately I couldn’t find any interesting…
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450,000 staples, 340 hours

The beautiful things people make with office products constantly surprise me.  Today it’s the humble stapler’s turn. Proving that you can never have enough staples, French artist Baptiste Debombourg (whose…
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Does size matter?

If you’re printing photographs, how big should they be? I found an Epson video where photographer Chase Jarvis discusses one of his portrait exhibitions and why he uses the company’s…
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Pukka pads

The wrong way to ask for the right pad I’m probably not supposed to admit this, but I have a favourite brand out of the notebooks we sell: Pukka Pads.…
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Science fiction paper

Scientists at Hewlett Packard (HP) are developing a new kind of paper that reflects light like real life. The researchers from HP are working with 3M (of Post-it fame) and…
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Removing sticky labels

When people talk about sticky labels, they maybe forgiven for only thinking about Post-it notes. For most retailers it is arguable that the 'sticky label' they will most encounter is…
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Post-it persuasion

Could attaching Post-it notes to requests get people to comply? 'Yes! 50 Secrets from the Science of Persuasion' is a book that makes a valid point for including Post-it notes…
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