Dodo Jotter brings delight to workstations

Dodo Jotter brings delight to workstations

Diary, organiser and planner creator Dodo Pad – known for its designated doodle areas, humorous anecdotes and quirky illustrations – is set to brighten up the home or work office with its new Dodo Jotter, a generously sized A3 desk pad designed to alleviate boredom and keep even the scattiest desk-dweller on the straight and narrow.

The Jotter has all of the charm of the much-loved Dodo Pad diary paired with the functionality that fans of the Dodo Pad have come to rely upon over the last 48 years. With a segregated doodle area for scribbling on whilst on the phone, to a three-month planner and even special zones for biscuits and coffee, the Dodo Jotter is the perfect adornment and ideal distraction for any desk.

Never a brand that has shied away from turning things quite literally on their heads, it's the bottom edge that is glued on The Dodo Jotter rather than the traditional top, saving corners from rolling up and becoming crinkled and unsightly.

Rebecca Jay, Managing Director of Dodo Pad, said: “With every crook and corner of my Dodo Pad covered with doodles, notes, telephone messages and more, I decided the time was right to create a large Dodo Jotter to free up space to be creative and expressive as well as note my critical daily 'To Do's –or 'To DoDo's as we say on this jotter!

“The Dodo Jotter has everything that could be desired from such a pad, with lots of space for thoughts, ideas, doodles and dates. There's little more frustrating than finding you've scribbled smiley faces all over the back of a very important document, and having The Dodo Jotter on the desk will alleviate such problems.”

The Dodo Jotter will launch at the London Stationery Show on 1st - 2nd April on stand M515. For more information, or to see the full range, visit www.dodopad.com

Posted: 22 March 2019

 
 
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