This sleek, minimalist planner was designed for "editors"—people who use their planners not only for listing appointments but also for jotting down notes, lists, sketches, and designs. A subtle gray grid pattern helps keep lists and drawings neatly aligned. The dates and hours printed in the top and left-hand margins are also subtle, letting you easily use it as a journal or idea book instead of a planner. The planner holds a full year's worth of pages, but thanks to its thin paper it is slim enough to easily slip into a bag or backpack.
The purpose of stationery has never changed, but the way people use it has evolved. Examining this evolution, the Japanese brand Stalogy strives to maintain high standards and incorporates today's technologies as it creates functional stationery products. This spirit is embodied in the "Stalogy" name, which stands for "Stationery, Standard & Technology". Stalogy Notebooks are award-winning - masterfully designed, combined with high quality material.