Half-Sized (A5/Memo) Emergent Task Planner Available

Half-Sized (A5/Memo) Emergent Task Planner Available

Mini ETP With the help of the testers in my super-secret A5 Testing Lounge, I’ve created a set of smaller-sized Emergent Task Planner sheets in both A5 and US Memo (aka “half letter”, which is a piece of US Letter folded in half). Because everyone had different needs, I ended up making three variations of it; in total, there are 36 different forms.

You can visit the new Mini ETP Page to check out the free variations in black&white.

If you find a design you like and have ten bucks to spare, you can purchase an “expansion pack” that has the additional ten PDFs of each version (a dollar per PDF!) You’ll get:

  • All Color and Monochrome versions
  • All A5 and US Memo (half letter) sizes
  • 2-UP versions (for printing 2 forms per page)
  • 2-UP duplex versions (for printing 2 forms per page, double-sided), for making your own notebook.

UPDATE: I’ve made one of the expansion packs (the 3T3, which is the middle one in the above picture) free so you can see what’s in a pack. I think it’s pretty cool :)

There are two additional expansion packs for the variations. I’m selling them on my digital store; you will see them on the Mini-ETP page.

If you have an idea for another variation, feel free to post a comment and we’ll see what I can do. The half-size format was quite challenging to work with because of the lack of space. We’ll be trying to do an even smaller quarter-size version (!), which will end up probably being a different kind of form altogether. If you have any questions, feel free to post a comment.

Enjoy!

» Go to Mini ETP Page
» Go to Planner Digital Download Store

7 Comments

  1. Jim 59 11 years ago

    So the three variations are all the same variation on the download page. No matter which US form you choose to download, you get PCEO-ETP03-0T7-USMINI.pdf. Same with the images.

    That doesn’t seem right, nor a good way to convince me to spend $10 on a download.

  2. Author
    Dave Seah 11 years ago

    Hey Jim:

    You’re right: the images were all showing up as the same thing. I’ve corrected the problem. Thanks for letting me know!

  3. Ian Craigen 11 years ago

    Was great fun working with you in creating these. Good to see you got them out.

  4. Jaclyn Cribley 11 years ago

    I love these! Just what I wanted since I ordered my first pad a few years ago! And now . . . .i need and iPad app ;)

    Thanks very much!

  5. Noel 11 years ago

    David,

    The biggest thing for me is still that I work in 60 minutes blocks – work for 48, rest for 12; I just don’t do 15 minutes.

    Noel