Note pads can be produced in a variety of sizes, but to make your game design journey easier we provide 3 commonly used options that work well for board games. Just, don’t forget to include pens and pencils!
Size Options: 4″ x 5″, 5.5″ x 8.5″, 8.5″ x 11″
Note Pad Binding
Paper is cut to your final size, stacked on top of each other and then glued along one edge, this is the binding side. The pad is then glued to a cardboard backing for extra durability. You’ll select your preferred binding side: left or right like a flip book or on the top like an office note pad.
Sheet Count Options: 20, 40, 60, 80
Please Note: Page counts for note pads are indicating the number of sheets. Each sheet has 2 sides thus a 20 sheet notepad has 40 pages.
If you’d prefer your pages to have a cleaner tear we can add perforated edges to each sheet.
Material and Printing
Our default notepad is made with uncoated 70 lb text paper. You have the option to choose white paper, thin printer paper, or off-white paper, which is a cream color.
Once material is selected it’s time to choose your printing option based on the need of your notepad, full color, black and white, or blank.
Full color printing is great for adding color, especially if you want your branding to be present. Black and white is the most common choice for game pads, since the designs usually just contain lines, boxes, and logos like Scategories. Blank is the most cost-effective option and used for a lot of drawing games, like Pictionary.