Writing and drawing with Note Anytime is the best, best experience I have ever tried.
Palo Alto, CA (PRWEB) July 17, 2013
In a new posting to the MetaMoJi User Log - interface designer Brian Foster reports from San Francisco on his experience in using Note Anytime to replace stacks of handwritten paper notes and documents from client meetings. He said, “ I had literally stacks of notes. I spent years looking for a solution that would not only capture all of these notes, but also make sure that I could organize them and retrieve them later.”
Foster is a senior designer who specializes in providing user interface designs for Silicon Valley start-ups and global Internet firms. Says Foster: “I have found Note Anytime to be the most invaluable tool in my business for replacing pen and paper. Writing and drawing with Note Anytime is the best, best digital experience I have ever had.”
Making a Tablet Into a Productivity Tool
In a career spanning several critical years in the development of the emerging internet, Foster remembers filling “stacks of notebooks filled with chicken scratches” – but those were all important information of client interactions and directions he needed to keep and use.
Foster has always been an early personal technology adopter and was one of the first in the Silicon Valley to use tablets in business and to make them tools of his trade. But his attempts to create, edit, store or access his design and meeting notes directly onto tablets were never successful – until he discovered Note Anytime from MetaMoJi Corporation.
Consistent Between Platforms
Says Foster, “Note Anytime became my solution to take notes during meetings, jot To-Do lists on my phone and organize everything later. The number one feature I love is the universal consistency between platforms. Many of my colleagues use their laptops in meetings – but it is so much easier for me to take notes handwriting with a tablet.”
Foster has also found the Note Anytime app has helped him overcome a personal disability: “I have the visual impairment of dyslexia, so my spelling is atrocious. Also, my handwriting isn’t that great, so digital computing with handwritten notes on a tablet device is perfect for someone with my needs.”
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