It’s a big and bold aim, but one that’s beautifully executed thanks to Notegraphy’s collaboration with a number of international graphic designers.
These designers have created a series of typefaces, colour palettes and templates to enhance what you post online.
The app works by letting users create written content using pre-formatted collections. The notes can then be automatically shared online in Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr or Instagram; or saved locally or sent privately by mail or WhatsApp.
The Notegraphy gallery collates all the notes in one place with its own URL, and also shows details such as page view statistics of each note.
Thanks so the speaiily designed templates, making things look a lot more interesting than the standard blue and white looks we’re used to.
Among the designers involved in the project so far are Sean Freeman (London), Non-Format (Oslo/Minneapolis), Stephan Walter (Zurich), Sara Blake (New York), Matthew Tapia (Honolulu), David Ruiz (Barcelona), Chris Rubino (New York), Feed (Montreal), Vruchtvlees (The Hague), Ariane Spanier (Berlin) and Mek Frinchaboy (Buenos Aires).
It’s hoped that more that 50 designs will be available by the end of the year.
The free app is available on Phone, iPad, iPod touch, and Web and can be downloaded here www.AppStore.com/Notegraphy.