Sunday, November 15, 2015

2016 Plannerisms planners coming soon!

Hi everyone, I promised to keep you up to date on all the latest Plannerisms planners news, so here it is!

We are currently reviewing the samples. Very soon I will have a post here on Plannerisms with lots of photos to show you all the pages and features. We will ask for your feedback, and will make any changes before they go to print next week! They should be ready to ship out to customers the first week of December! So exciting!

The 2016 Plannerisms planners will be available to ship worldwide. Just like in years past there will be month on two page grid calendars with notes pages between each month; weekly pages with space to write lists and goals; pages to write Annual, Quarterly and Monthly goals. The weekly pages have holidays printed for the US and European countries, and moon phases.

At this time I don't have the details of prices etc so please hold on for that information soon. In the meantime, here is a very sneaky peek of the weekly page! This shows you the week of Christmas and New Year, so you can see how the holidays are represented for each country. We did it this way so you don't have to write in holidays, yet they take up minimal space in your days. I love the clean, elegant design. Lots more photos coming soon! Be ready to give your feedback to make the 2016 Plannerisms planners the best ever!


14 comments:

  1. Looks good so far Laurie looking forward to more pictures and info on the layout of the months and notes..

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  2. I love how clean it looks! Very iconic design, I instantly felt like I've seen it somewhere before, even though I haven't just because it looks like it's something that people will instantly recognise as the Plannerisms planner like they instantly recognise the Hobonichi! :D

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  3. Thanks for the sneak peek!! It looks awesome already. Can't wait for more pictures, and you know you have a great crowd for feedback! :)

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  4. That typeface and style bears an uncanny similarity to that produced for the superb X47 range... Good as the old Plannerisns were this will be a top quality product!

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  5. I just ordered a hobo for 2016 and now I want one of these!

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  6. Super excited to see more! Looks great so far.

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  7. Hi,
    I checked this page after months, I was so sad, because the last info I had: no planner for 2016. the more excited I am now, to see, that there will bie a 2016! thank you so much! i was looking everywhere and didn't find the right one...
    so my only question: where can I order one for me, to be sure, I will get one. I live in Germany....

    Thank you so much
    Patricia

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    1. Hi Patty, you will definitely be able to get one in Germany! More info coming soon. :)

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  8. Heya, Laurie!

    My suggestions: Lighter left-hand notes column. I remember when I had a Plannerisms planner in 2014 (? 2013?) the dark color always bugged me, especially since I often use pencil. Also, I would prefer that column not have lines. If you left it with no lines it would differentiate itself enough from the other columns that you could still leave it white. Also, having no vertical lines between days leaves me with an unsettled feeling - haha! Just a pale line would suffice. Other than that - lurve! Perfect line width and love that equal space given to all days and that the week starts with Monday. Congrats on releasing the 2016 'model'. <3

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  9. I liked it a lot that, in Plannerism 2015, you had solid lines to differentiate the days (in columns) while having subtler lines for the time in the day as it made for a very easy yet clean&neat design...would it be possible to retain that? I find that it is not immediate to differentiate the various days without lined columns...

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    1. Thanks lia! I'll check to see if there is time to make this adjustment before printing.

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    2. I agree with Nancy and Lia.... Yes the left column should be lighter (as in 2015 or lighter) and yes solid lines are good! That would be great! Thank you so much.

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