What happens when your system gets overflowed?
A paper run out of lines… a todo list jammed packed with hundreds or thousands of past intentions…
Email box full.
Overflow leads to overwhelmed.
Your organization system shouldn’t overwhelm you. It should handle overflow.
Had to post these screenshots I found of old version of OrgNote, found on my DropBox… year 2012!
sweet got nice drop shadow goin on 🙂
So the user (me) wants…
A place to add thoughts.
A place to re-arrange thoughts. To work with your thoughts/notes.
A place to pull-up (reference) thoughts/notes.
Never feels / goes stale, be relevant, response with usage.
So since I am unique, OrgNote would have to be flexible enough.
Flexible enough for me, and flexible enough for others.
Hey my preferences might change later too… so it’s a good thing.
One of my favorite iOS app is “Scannable” by EverNote.
It’s pretty gangsta.
I’m always impressed that no matter how bad the photo seems, the “scanned” document is clear as day.
Makes me want to interface with them on OrgNote.
Okay so what am I designing?
Notes… or should I say Text Journal.
Then there’s the Organized Text.
Organized via Hierarchy.
Then… their’s the ToDos…