App Sketchbook Creator Releases New Sketchbook for Web Designers

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Square Position, creators of the App Sketchbook for iPhone® designers and developers, is excited to announce a new sketchbook for web designers, the UX Sketchbook.

Square Position, LLC, makers of the popular App Sketchbook for iOS designers and developers, has just released a new sketchbook for web designers. The UX Sketchbook was co-created with UX speaker and author, Aarron Walter (

"Aarron had mentioned he had a need for a version of the App Sketchbook with a web browser blueprint," said Stephen Martin, App Sketchbook creator and Square Position owner. "The UX Sketchbook is the result of a few brainstorming sessions and some sketchboarding influence."

The UX Sketchbook features double-sided pages with web browser blueprints. The front of each page contains a single browser and notes areas. The back of each page has two browser blueprints for refining ideas. The pages are perforated, making them easy to tear out and post to a sketchboard ( "There are a lot of nice sketchbook options on the market, but nothing really fit our workflow," wrote Aarron on his blog. "The perforation of each page makes it easy to tear out a sketch and share with a colleague, or post it to a sketchboard when you are collaborating."

The UX Sketchbook is available for purchase online at . Retailers interested in carrying this web design sketchbook, should contact Stephen Martin via email at steve(at)appsketchbook(dot)com. Educators interested in using the UX Sketchbook or App Sketchbook as part of their course materials can contact Stephen Martin at the email address previously listed.

Square Position, LLC, founded in 2009 and headquartered in Alpharetta, GA, produces high-quality sketchbooks for application design and development professionals. Their App Sketchbook line has been mentioned in iOS development and design books as the starting point for creating iPhone® applications.

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