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Ricardo Saint-Clair's Timepiece Lets You Visualize Your Schedule

By: Marissa Brassfield - Published:   Updated: Jun 7 2011 • References: momastore.org & nerdapproved
This dry-erase wall clock from Ricardo Saint-Clair lets visual learners see their daily schedule. Rather than a list-based daily planner, this timepiece allows you to write in your day's events. As time passes, the clock's hands edge closer to the next item on your to-do list.

Ricardo Saint-Clair's dry-erase wall clock reminds me of the graphic day planner from Muji, which I've included below.

Implications - With postal service numbers descreasing, and viral product promotions and services growing, all industries should be consious of liming their dependance on paper products. Through working towards deterring your businesses' dependance on paper goods, your product or service will become synonymous with environmentally friendly initiatives.

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