Moodboards: my profile/guest post on the Evernote blog

Evernote logoI’ve been using Evernote for over 2 years (I checked. I thought it was longer, actually, since it’s such a regular part of my work process). I only recently started using it for moodboards. A tweet from @Evernote asking if anyone used it this way caught my eye, I responded, we emailed, and voila! My thoughts are right there on the Evernote blog as part of their Creative Series. Nice!

screenshot of my interview on the evernote blogIf you’re a designer and are unfamiliar with moodboards, definitely give this a read. They’re a powerful tool to add to your presentation/process arsenal.

If you haven’t tried Evernote, you really owe it to yourself to check it out. It’s web-based, but there are also desktop, iPhone, and iPad apps that sync to it, and of course bookmarklets that make it easy to clip and save stuff to your notebooks. I’ve used it not only for moodboards, but for market research, read-it-later types of things, recipe collections, shopping research, wishlists, idea lists… the possibilities are endless.

One Response to Moodboards: my profile/guest post on the Evernote blog

  1. Jan Triplett August 10, 2010 at 10:39 pm #

    Really good info on what looks to be a great product. You always share neat tools you find. Thanks for turning us all onto this one and glad that they saw the value in posting your guest blog. It really provides a clear example of what can be done and the value of doing it.

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