A planner is a valuable tool for keeping track of a busy schedule and all that stuff that needs to get done. In a world of technology, nothing beats putting pen to paper and getting your planner out of your phone and into a place where you can actually see it creates efficiency and ownership.
Filed Notes took their much-loved Steno, as it lays flat on the desk and is invaluable for jotting stuff down, and combined it with a planner they created as part of their Winter 2014 Ambition series, to make the 56-Week Planner. It’s a durable planner that looks great, feels just right, and will hold up to years’ worth of your busy life without batteries, brand-sponsored Wi-Fi or a monthly service charge loaded up with hidden fees.
At 4.75" x 7.5" it has enough heft to be thrown into your back pack, brief case or purse and still look great day after day. The durable 60pt. chipboard cover and lay-flat “Double-O” wire binding cover 112 Pages of Finch 70# text paper that are marked with one blank week per spread, ready to fill with your next 56 weeks of appointments, meetings, notes, or even brief journal entries.
The best part of the 56-Week Planner is that you can start it any time of the year. It's not pre-marked with dates, so fill them in as you need them and take back your schedule.
Proudly printed by Schneider Graphics, Lake Zurich, IL
Cover printed on a General screen printing press, on 60 pt. "Super Duty Chipboard" with "Dachshund Nose" black Atlas ink
Innards printed on a 19" × 25" Heidelberg MO offseet printer, on Finch Paper Opaque Smooth 70#T "Bright White" with "Canvas Duck" soy-based ISC America ink
Bound with black metal "Double-O" Ring Wire, with appreciation to U.S. Patent #2142816 "Binding Construction and Method," filed in 1935 by W. Walter Grumbacher
Corners rounded to .5" (12.7mm) by a Challenge round-corner machine
Planner dimensions are 4.75 × 7.5 (121mm x 191mm)
Planner rules: .227" (5.78mm)
Field Notes uses only the Futura typeface family (Paul Renner, 1927) in its materials
All Field Notes memo books are printed and manufactured in the USA