NoteShel's Case Provides a Sturdy Support for Sticky Note-Taking

By: Laura McQuarrie - Jul 17, 2015
References: noteshel & the-gadgeteer
Blending the sturdiness of a notebook with the convenience of using a pad for sticky note-taking is the NoteShel.

One of the problems with using sticky notes for brainstorming is that they lack permanence once they have been un-stuck from a surface—often leaving them crumpled at the bottom of a bag or leading them to end up in the garbage.

As a solution to this for note-taking on the go, the NoteShel was developed as a protective case that provides ample space for both pen and pad, which can be refilled as needed. The folding case ensures that pages are kept crisp and dry until ready to use. Since the NoteShel is barely bigger than a 3" x 5" Post-It Note, it's portable enough to create reminders and notes, without carrying around a full-sized journal.