I got an email from my printer Papergraphics, letting me know that the notebooks have come back from the bindery. I popped over to take a picture of the pile of boxes and examine some samples. I have the Amazon listing set up, and I might even have a solution for non-USA fulfillment later this [...]
I picked up the production prototypes of the Mini-ETP Notebook this morning, which you might remember from Day 27 of last month’s Product-A-Day challenge. They’re pretty awesome! I confirmed a run of 500 notebooks with the printer, and they’ll be hitting Amazon US sometime in early April if there are no snags. The features of [...]
Can you believe it, it’s the last Product-A-Day challenge piece! I wanted to make something with my hands, so I returned to the Index Card Dock project from last June. If you’re not familiar with them, they’re something I made to make index cards more visible on my desk. Here’s a picture of one I’ve [...]
After doing all the survey analysis late last night, I fell into a fitful sleep. ETP users who wanted double-sided pages were going to get their notebook, but the significant minority of single-sided page users would not be satisfied. They wanted their dot grid on the blank side, but it would have to wait. I [...]
I received a total of 114 responses via SurveyMonkey yesterday, and have submitted an RFQ based on my findings to Papergraphics, my local printer in Merrimack, NH. My current thinking and survey analysis follows!
Today’s product-of-the-day was an accident. I was thinking originally that I would make a sticker with the explore – learn – build – share mantra on it, which got me thinking about how such stickers might be used. I joked to my friend Ben that maybe I should make a Shepard Fairy-style T-shirt with my [...]