Think Kit by FiftyThree(

over 8 years ago from David Barker

  • Ivan VásquezIvan Vásquez, over 8 years ago

    It definitely does, but I do work faster when I have the ability to undo.

    Does working on pen & paper improve your workflow? how so?

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    • Daniel FoscoDaniel Fosco, over 8 years ago (edited over 8 years ago )

      I like working on pen & paper specially when I'm pairing with someone. Using an A3 (or a notebook) while you doodle lets you see not only the ideas that were selected, but also the scrapped ones — and the decisions made along the way.

      It's also a great way to flesh out concept and copy for a design: just dump every word and phrase that comes to mind until solid copy starts to form. Having a thesaurus with you makes for a killer combo.

      In the end it's more personal choice and your environment (i.e. working locally makes it much more viable) than anything else, though. But I do have an iPad and never really got into sketching with it.

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