Dotgird Dark Mode Notebook - by Fredrique Matti
In design thinking, one must empathize with users and their needs, go wild thinking of possible routes to take a solution, then focus in on a select few of those ideas to flesh them out. It’s a tried and true process, but if you’re juggling several projects at once it can be hard to go from a wild and free thinking model to one of focused dedication to the details. Sometimes you need something external to help change and keep you in whichever mode you need at that moment.
We asked Fredrique Matti to explore these concepts—wild and free contrasted with focused— for our newest addition to the Marketplace, Dotg Grid’s Notebook in both a “light” and “dark” edition. You can use the light edition for your wild thinking, and the dark edition for keeping your focus, and constantly go back between the two depending on whichever phase of the design thinking process you’re in. Or you can just pick up whichever one emulates the mode you use on your digital devices!