The humble Post-it Note – aka the greatest contribution to humanity office supplies that Minnesota has never produced – just got even cooler. The Post-it Note app won Google’s Material Design Award.
“We are delighted to hear that the Post-it app has been recognized by Google as the best example in its class,” Heather Green, vice president of Post-it brand, said in a statement. âPost-it Notes have been an ideation choice for teams for over 40 years, and the app’s capture functionality makes Post-it Notes storable, shareable and accessible in digital spaces. Our app is an example of our continued commitment to innovation.
The Post-it Note app won the award in the Motion category, which recognizes digital products that “come to life with elegant animations, making the resort simple through dynamic and personal experiences.” As someone who downloaded the app, wrote my name on a digital sticky note, and then watched it digitally crumble into a bundle before being tossed in the trash, it felt really deeply personal to me.
Another fun element – the version specifically calls for the app’s use of “custom colors, typography, and pill buttons to enhance user experience.” As a writer, I can assure you that I absolutely, immediately, immediately appreciated the “personalized pill buttons”. Totally.
But seriously, this sounds like a fun app (although I’m not sure it does anything drastically different from other collaborative note apps), and it’s always good to have a product born in Minnesota to get. accessories.
Learn more about the Post-it Note app and the Material Design Awards in the version below.
ST. PAUL, Minnesota, Dec. 16, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Google has presented the Post-itÂ® Brand Post-itÂ® App with the prestigious Material Design Award. The Post-it app won the award in the Motion category, which showcases digital products that come to life with stylish animations, making the resort simple through dynamic and personal experiences. The annual Google Material Design Awards celebrate the best in design from the Material Design community.
This year, the Material Design team searched for products that come to life on screen in a way that effortlessly expresses style and brand. The Post-it app does just that. It makes great use of Google’s Material Design system with custom colors, typography, and pill-shaped buttons to enhance user experience.
âWe are delighted to hear that the Post-it app has been recognized as the best-in-class example by Google,â said Heather Green, vice president, Post-it brand. âPost-it Notes have been an ideation choice for teams for over 40 years, and the app’s capture functionality makes Post-it Notes storable, shareable and accessible in digital spaces. Our app is an example of our continued commitment to innovation.
The Post-it app connects people wherever they work, helping colleagues create, capture and share Post-it notes at the speed of inspiration. The app facilitates ideas and brainstorming both in person and online, written or visualized. Users can:
Capture physical or digital notes from a work session
Edit captured notes or insert new digital notes
Invite others to share ideas on a group board
Organize thoughts and ideas between teams
Share access and export to most applications and cloud services
The Post-it app is available for free download from the Google Play Store for Android and the Apple App Store for iOS. For more information, visit postit.com/app.
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