Analog System Turns Blank Pages into Optimal Productivity
Bullet Journal community funds new collaborative website for note-taking method in the digital age
At a young age, Ryder Carroll was diagnosed with a disability which made it difficult to learn in traditional methods. He scattered notes and ideas across a collection of post-its and doodles that had no cohesive organization. Over two decades, he designed and experimented with methods that would result in greater productivity. Carroll continually iterated the principles over time to develop efficient note-taking techniques. Even with the introduction of time management apps and online task-masters, Carroll felt most stimulated by a blank page that he could reimagine with a pen.