As a designer, I need a lot of space for notes and ideas, for appointments and oragnisation in a planner. That's how I got the idea to design my own. Although digital calendars have their advantages, I love print products way too much to do without an analog planner. Besides, things written down structure themselves much better in my mind than digital ones.
Apparently it's not just me, the demand grows from year to year a little more. So every year there is a new edition, which is always evolving.

If you want to get your own planner 📚️
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The future is...

Planner 2024
The weekly planner has plenty of space for all appointments and thoughts. In addition, after each month there is another double page space for your plans and ideas. Due to the thread binding, the planner simply remains open - so you have the week at a glance.
Weekly overview
Pages for more ideas

Format: 16 x 21 cm, 140 pages
Binding: Softcover with thread binding and open spine
Paper: Munken Polar 120 g, cradle to cradle certified
Typo: Chapter by Good Type Foundry
Edition of: 60
Carbon neutral production in Germany.

To the moon and back

Agenda 2022
Softcover with thread binding and open spine

Weekly overview
Space dog Margot

Format: 17 x 24 cm
Typo: Mériva by New Letters
Edition of: 30
Illustration: Silvan Zurbriggen

Jusqu’ici tout va bien

Agenda 2021
Softcover with glue binding
Format: 17 x 24 cm
Typo: Mériva by New Letters
Edition of: 15

Opening pages

Weekly overview


Paper goods

is a graphic design studio based in Bern and Frankfurt am Main. Anna’s design is simple but significant. She is working across the fields of art direction, visual identities and editorial design, always with a special attention to individual typographic solutions.

Besides graphic design Anna creates paper goods in small editions with attention to detail. You can currently buy her products on the following platforms:

  1. Shop (DE/EU)