In our news article a few days ago we have presented our own creation “There’s a book for that”. Our iService team of designers and marketing professionals has developed notebooks for virtually every creative profession. 25 different books with sophisticated content pages – for Managing & Organization, the Creative Industries, Professionals and Passion & Hobbies. There’s a book for that comes in 12 different colors.

We would like to share the brainstorming for the different covers with you.

It’s just about the color!
Our cover options explained

In love with colors!

When we started developing our Books for That, many questions came up. A lot of thinking went into the core pages, as they are what the books really are about.
Then again, books are judged by their covers.

The notebook market

is filled with a countless variety of covers that are designed with patterns and meaningful quotes. But when it comes to single-colored covers, we realized that many manufactures only offer boring standard colors, like Red, Blue, Black, Green and the like. Most of them are way too loud and too cheap – in our honest opinion.

We decided to go with a sober and muted color palette!

We created something that is chic and a palette where different colors go well together.
Basically you choose your base color and decide afterwards how light / dark you prefer it.

We’ve put many hours into

finding the right color shades, and after some time, we found the combination we fell in love with. And for sure, every hue needed to get a sweet name, because that is how we roll.

4 Palettes

The Classics -for the basic lovers
Go Greener – our green palette
Fight the Monday Blues – our blue options
Wear the Rose-Coloured Glasses – our purple palette

We decided to split every color range into three parts: A dark, a medium and a light colour version.

THE CLASSICS
For all the basic lovers out there

The classic covers you can “wear every day”.
These hues include two basic colors and one color to stand out:

Classic Curry
our signature colour, to make a point and pimp your style.
Classic Cement
a basic version for someone who wants to have something else but Black.
Classic Black
because Black always fits, you know that.

GO GREENER
Our green palette

Our Green collection is for all you chic people out there. Our inspirations can be found in the woodlands of the North, a cold yet comforting shade of green which calms the mind and makes your heart feel at home.
Silence and peace or minty statement? You decide.

Minty Mint
a young yet not shrill cover option which looks fresh wherever you go.
Grass Ain’t Greener
have this by your side to smell the fresh grass under your feet.
Norwegian Woods
pretty strong, for everyone who loves the silence of the woods.

Fight the MONDAY BLUES
Our blue options

Our Blue hues will give you a refreshing kick so you can start your day just right. Inspired by the ocean we found some nice tints which fit in your bag and to your style.

Ice Glow
fresh like a glacier, this cover option is the lightest of the blue hues.
Blue Pebble
a classy greyish blue, which is always a good option, not too dark, not too light.
Moby Dick
a sober dark blue, classy and chic, for everyone who wants to make a statement.

Wear the ROSE-COLORED Glasses
Our purple palette

Our purple washes are for everyone who wants a bit more and wants to make a statement. Hey, not “women-only”, we dare you! Those colors are a statement for everyone, with style. You are not doing things by halves.

Marie Antoinette
a light rose color shows your love for what is and that you love what you do.
Mademoiselle
this vibrant color is soft yet confident, not your average girly.
Mulberry Sorbet –
the taste of fresh berries, combined with a bit of lemon and ice, that is how this color feels like – fresh, self-reliant and creamy.

To be honest,

we can’t help with your decision. We love ’em all.

We achieved what we were aiming for: A collections which fits together but every color is also strong on its own.

Important

All our books are available in every color.

see above

… just look at the color boxes under the descriptions of each book!

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