Ingenious Ink

Ingenious Ink

Ingenious Ink is a stationery company based in Bristol, UK.

We create notepads that help you plan ahead and make better decisions. We believe that the best decisions and clearest thinking happen when you’re not staring at a screen.

Our notepads blend the cool design of the latest productivity app, without all the social media and email notifications that come with it.

The Team

Ingenious Ink is run by Claudia Stocker, who designs all the notepads, does the website and writes all the marketing. Until recently she also shipped out all the notepads, but that’s now been outsourced.

The Team

About my order

How long does shipping take?

We ship via Royal Mail. This can take up to 3 days for UK delivery, 1 week for Europe, and 2 weeks for the rest of the world

Where is my parcel?

Drop us an email and we’ll follow it up. If Royal Mail can’t find it the we’ll issue a full refund, or ship a replacement.

There’s a problem with my order and I’d like a refund

Drop us an email to let us know why and ship it back to us. We’ll issue a full refund when it arrives.

About us

Do you have any other designs?

Yes, we usually release new designs as Kickstarter campaigns. We’re planning on doing some posters for problems that you need the whole team to solve, and some books for when you want your plans to be a little more durable.

Are you going to release an app?

Probably not. 

Do you hate technology?

No! Couldn’t live without email, websites, cloud-synced file management and bookkeeping. We even sometimes use digital to-do lists. We just cater to people who open their screens with great intentions, and then immediately forget what they were meant to be doing and spend the next hour reading news articles. Sometimes it’s good to make decisions offline first.

Where are you based?

We’re based in Bristol, United Kingdom.

Why did you change your name from PaperThink to Ingenious ink?

We forgot to do a Google search before picking the name. Turns out we weren’t the first people to think that the words ‘paper’ and ‘think’ could be applied to stationery.

 

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