- Carpe Diem
Sieze Your Day with Custom Organization
- Carpe Diem - Sample PlannerThere are hundreds of different planners, agendas, and calendars out there, but is there even one that is just right for you? The goal is to organize yourself isn’t it, so wouldn’t it be perfect if you could chose the specific tools to help you do just that? Chain companies like Staples and Office Max sell planners and organizers in an impersonalized way. Now I am not just talking about personalization like getting your name engraved into the cover, or having your company logo printed on the pages, like most of the leading planner companies think. I am talking full customizable personalization of the entire look, feel, content, and design of your planner. Stores sell adequate organizational products for the ordinary person or worker; they don’t sell custom planners for the exceptionally organized. Understanding that organized people always have a methodical system that is unique to themselves is the key to structuring a system that could be used to help them manage their lives and work.
- Carpe Diem - Software Design LayoutIn order to create not only efficient, but spectacular planners for the “individual” customer the design process would have to be unique. Creating an online software program that would act as a design platform and would save a customer’s designs and information would be best suitable for this concept. Creating an interface that would allow the customer to customize their planner would be extremely important. Just to list a few customizable elements the customer could chose from in the interface are: font class, color selections, themes, calendar layouts, organization and spacing of dates, dividers, binding and covers. Since the design and editing of the customers personal calendar is digital they can include anything for national holidays to important personal dates! Each agenda book would be completely customizable and would allow for the customer to submit their files and choices online and then it would be professionally printed, bound, and delivered back to the customer.