Evernote for Designers
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You could use a notebook. Then hope you don't lose it later. You could use the snipping tool, then insert it into a picture and have a separate text file for the details.

You could create a word file and save a picture in another spot on your computer.

Or you could be smart from the start and use Evernote. Think of it as an online notebook!

Being a designer who works primarily online is a little bit different. I don't want to print everything out for a project. After all, I'm not sitting down with a client to go over their project.

Designing online is a fluid process. After I figure out what the rooms needs, I go to work sourcing it. (It's really shopping but designer's had to come up with a word that sounded more official, so we call it "sourcing".)

So say I happen upon this sensual sofa that I think my client must have. But, I don't want to bother her with 15 emails. So I clip it and go back to shopping sourcing.

And if I happen to be drinking wine while I'm shopping sourcing I can even search my clips I saved for that project.

I just create different folders for each project I am working on to keep all my stuff organized. I think it is fantastic for e-decorating projects.

Here's a screen cast I created for you to check it out.

Evernote for Interior Designers
Evernote for Interior Designers

What do you use to organize your design projects? Tell me in the comments.

Alycia Wicker is a business coach for creative entrepreneurs. Her clients land more of their own dream clients and make more cash, period. Celebrity gossip whore. Elvis-obsessed.