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Behance Action Method Journals
The latest Behance notebook collection sparks productivity and spares the environment
by Karen Day
on 20 January 2010
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Expanding their Action Method line of notebooks, creative network Behance teamed up with New Leaf Paper to create three new models that encourage productivity without harming the planet.

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Building on Behance's series of notebooks that make their task-based system tangible, the 100% ecologically-sound versions also help today's creative community bring ideas to fruition. Designed to maximize organization, the layout channels thoughts and concepts into action steps, which easily translate into their online planners for fleshing out and tracking.

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New editions—which include a hardbound Action Journal and Dot Grid Journal as well as a pocket-size Action Cahier—don't compromise on quality. Made with 100% post-consumer waste, New Leaf processes the paper without the use of chlorine and manufacture it with electricity that offset by certified renewable energy. The upshot, a smooth-feeling and well-crafted product, is also perfectly sized for carrying in a briefcase or bag.

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For more on making ideas happen, check out The 99% website. The notebooks sell online from Behance at $7 for a pocket-sized Action Cahier and $18 for a hardbound Action Journal.

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