How to design a new approach to work productivity that is more efficient and personalized?
Keeping up with our society's obsession with productivity, it's worthy to examine the root of our unhealthy habits. Human behavior shouldn't be the only blame for fluctuating productivity. The tools and systems we're used to following as the standard should also be evaluated.
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Open Book offers an unique digital service that matches users with the best notebook for their specific needs and preferences prior to final purchase. This helps users choose a notebook that is both personal and practical.
The business follows a circular process that involves three key steps to guide the user's experience for before, during, and after their notebook purchase journey.
The quiz is broken down into three main components to get a better understanding of the user.
After completing the quiz, the user will receive their recommended notebook.
Choosing to edit will give the user control over each feature of the notebook, including paper style, weight, and binding. The preview will shift based on the choices selected to paint a clearer picture.
Through the dropdown menu under the user's name, they can access personal account information. The page also provides information on past notebook purchases and reviews.
The Open Book app includes a personalized dashboard with customizable features. It's the digital counterpart to the original physical notebooks to compliment the normal experience.
Its purpose is to help the user keep notes organized in one location. Users can take photos of their loose notes and categorize them in a system that works for them.
I interviewed a sample of 20 people to gather insights about their organization and note-taking habits to learn the best approach to increase productivity.
A sample of notes taken from interviews.
Selected notes and insights gathered from conducting interviews and research.
A draft of interview questions.