The Treehouse + The Cave

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Thursday, January 12, 2006

Doane Paper

Doane Paper

"I was in a product design meeting and half the group was using legal pads, the other half was using grid paper. I combined the two paper designs and it turned out pretty cool." - Chad Doane

It's good ideas like this that help me keep faith that even at a standard nine-to-five, in a mid-day meeting--10 people there caffeinating--something might strike me, a small thing of beauty, or an innovation.

Waiting for those moments is how I spend most of my time.

Via Eyebeam reBlog

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