Originally launched in 1977, the Post It Note has grown to be one of the most widely used office products in America, promotional or otherwise. They have been produced in numerous sizes and colors since their late 70s debut but hu Li-Chiao, Yang Hsiang-Hui and Yang Kai-Cheng have recently proposed the biggest revolution in the world of sticky memos with the “Save Post-It.”
Richard Darrell of Bit Rebel’s led me to the discovery of the trio’s redesigned Post-Its that is inspired by the design of a continuous roll of tape with perforation lines throughout, allowing users to take as much, or as little, paper as is needed for their personal memo.
It’s still just a concept design, but maybe we’ll be seeing it in the world of promotional post-it notes soon.
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