Perpetual Planners are all about giving you a flexible way to plan (and do). But while we love putting ideas on paper, we know that screens have become an intrinsic part of our lives.
So we decided to give you some digital planning extras to complement your MOO Planner and stay organized all year round. We asked our talented creative and design services teams to let their imagination flow freely and design some creative desktop and mobile wallpapers, just for you.
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Katie designed a beautiful desktop wallpaper inspired by Sweetheart candy for February. She hoped that the fun messages would bring a smile to people’s faces throughout the day.
“I decided to make them self-focused since they’ll be on your personal phone or desktop background. Instead of typical conversation hearts that you give to others, I wanted these messages to be motivation for positive conversations to have with yourself.”
Phone in for on-the-go motivation
Who needs a life coach when you can get free phone wallpaper? Graphic designers Cammie, Matthew, Katie, Logan and Katie L. created a range of designs to celebrate February. These creative phone backgrounds are a reminder to stay inspired and motivated day after day. We even added a February calendar to one of them so you can keep track of time wherever you are.
Main character energy
Keep the positive energy up with a phone wallpaper to match your desktop background.
It’s a date
Matthew left out the hearts on his wallpaper, but he “combined harmonious colors to create a fun portrayal of February, keeping the romance of Valentine’s Day.”
Year of the Rabbit
Cammie’s wallpaper symbolizes good things in the Lunar New Year (much like the gift of a red envelope). “Red symbolizes energy, happiness, and good luck. Gold symbolizes prosperity. Oranges are commonly given as gifts and they are believed to bring good luck and happiness,” she explains. “Lanterns symbolize people letting go of the past year and welcoming the new year.”
Katie L.’s pattern-focused wallpaper could lead to endless staring. “I played around with the arrangement of the pattern and where the colors should go so it looks neat but not too overly thought out. I also wanted the palette to have different red and pink hues so I experimented with an array of colors that could work well together.”
Just for you
Logan took February’s loving direction and pointed it inward. “My wallpaper gives people a chance to check their phone and read a positive affirmation. A simple, loving message can go a long way and that was the goal with this design.”
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