Project Description

Creative

Custom Digital Notetaking
Page Layouts

11/01/2021

Custom Goodnotes Template, designed for swift and structured notetaking during class.

Taking digital notes during class completely changed the way I study. Apps like Goodnotes are great and one of the greatest showcases of current technology put to good use.

One great feature found on Goodnotes is the ability to import your own custom layouts. I have been using Goodnotes for over 2 years now and I mostly didn’t care about this feature until I noticed a pattern in my notes and realized that I was pretty unefficient in my notetaking. I used to like the Cornell page layout I used but combining it with my threaded style of notetaking, it ended up costing valuable page space to be left empty.

So I decided to create my own layout!

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Threaded Ruled Paper, Yellow, Visible Lines

I basically expanded the inner area on the Cornell layout and added vertical thread lines. They can look distracting at first but if you are the speedy writing type and you don’t want to spend time thinking where should your next point start at; this is a great solution!

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Threaded Ruled Paper, Yellow, Visible Lines

I basically expanded the inner area on the Cornell layout and added vertical thread lines. They can look distracting at first but if you are the speedy writing type and you don’t want to spend time thinking where should your next point start at; this is a great solution!

Download
Threaded Ruled Paper, Yellow, Visible Lines

I basically expanded the inner area on the Cornell layout and added vertical thread lines. They can look distracting at first but if you are the speedy writing type and you don’t want to spend time thinking where should your next point start at; this is a great solution!

Download
Threaded Ruled Paper, Yellow, Visible Lines

I basically expanded the inner area on the Cornell layout and added vertical thread lines. They can look distracting at first but if you are the speedy writing type and you don’t want to spend time thinking where should your next point start at; this is a great solution!

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