Managing and staying on top of a multitude of daily tasks can be challenging. Yet abcNotes for Ultrabook devices and Windows* 8 tablets with an Intel® Atom™ processor provide an innovative new twist on note taking and the to-do list by merging the familiarity of the traditional sticky note with digital convenience.
The design-savvy team at ALSEDI Group has brought an energetic, refreshing perspective to visualizing the traditional to do list. The highly customizable interface is fun to look at and easy to use, providing the ability to jot notes, choose an attractive font, and organize them by category. Plus, you can seamlessly share notes through desktop synchronization between Windows 8 devices.
“This app is one of our favorites! It’s full of joie de vivre, which you might not expect when you think about note taking. Plain text on a white screen can be sort of boring, so we’re excited about sharing the freshly design interface we’ve created, ” said Grigoriy Uskov, CTO of ALSEDI Group.
It takes a few easy clicks to organize and archive content. Users can choose from a large selection that features 88 attractive backgrounds, 45 varieties of note skins, 27 fun badge designs and 115 icons that range from quirky to classic.
The Intel® Core™ processors, high resolution screen and touch interface in Ultrabook devices makes scrolling through archived notes a breeze.
“Organization is so important. Ultrabook is the perfect interface for reproducing the fun and tactile feel of handwritten notes with the conveniences of the best technology out there,” said Uskov, “The prospects of where we can take this are limitless.”
While developing abcNotes for Ultrabook devices, ALSEDI group took full advantage of the many perks of becoming an Intel® Software Partner in the Intel® Developer Zone. The possibilities of collaborating are endless: ALSEDI’s team was able to access tools, code and support, as well as gain insight from the from the partner communities in the Intel Developer Zone.
“Ultrabook devices are incredibly fast-performing devices that gave us the instruments necessary to optimize abcNotes,” Uskov noted, adding that ALSEDI group is looking forward to continue taking advantage of the resources offered by Intel.
Founded in 2007, ALSEDI Group is a Russian-based development team led by Alex Sergeev and Grig Uskov. They focus on merging intelligent interfaces with gorgeous design. For more information, visit: www.alsedi.com
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