Notepod prototyping notepad

Computers & Mobile
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If you’re designing a user interface for an iPhone app the appropriately named NotePod seems like it would be perfect for knocking out a quick sketch. The full-scale die-cut 100pp pad features rounded corners and the familiar minimalist iPhone interface.

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4 thoughts on “Notepod prototyping notepad

  1. Andy L says:

    It’s a fun idea, … but it sure is an expensive way to avoid drawing a rectangle.

    1. Adam Flaherty says:

      I thought it was fun, too. I think that having something roughly the size, shape, and style of the original really helps when you’re trying to visualize and idea. Sure, you could just draw a rectangle to storyboard your ideas, but this helps with on-the-fly usability testing and prototyping in ways a rectangle on a piece of paper can’t.

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