Writers and artists unite! It's time to break out your paints, pencils and tech pens and get funky with your planning self. We've got forms for journal writing, storyboarding, recording publication markets, tracking submissions, and web design. Put a little pizazz into your organiser, let your imagination out to play, and grab some of these forms to try out. Write a journal or update your website design. See where your creativity takes you.

The D*I*Y Planner pack contains three variants of a Journal template used to record daily thoughts or musings: lined plain, lined with small sketch box, and lined with a header area. Use these forms to keep track of thoughts and musings about life and the world around you.
The D*I*Y Planner kit contains a wide variety of storyboards for you to sketch on or plot out visual projects, like film or theatre. This set contains three types, available as rectangular and curved: 1-up with notes; 2-up with some writing space, and 6-up.
Story Idea
This template helps you plan and outline ideas for all kinds of writing assignments, both fiction and non-fiction. The prompts ensure you follow the classic writer's mantra --what, who, where and when-- and provide space for notes and brainstorming (usually the "how").
Publications Market
Stop lugging around that ten-pound copy of The Writer's Market and keep track of your preferred publishing outlets with this handy template. Each form holds two records, and includes fields for the publication's name, the publisher, standard contact information, the publication's genres or accepted subjects, their circulation, frequency, distribution, and a check box to record whether you've received a copy of their guidelines. This form also contains some lines to add additional thoughts and notes.
This template helps writers and designers to keep track of their submissions. Each template holds three records, and includes fields for the title of the piece, the name of the file in your digital or paper filing system, the periodical or publisher the work was submitted to, any necessary reference number, the date sent, postage, enclosures, mailing details, and a dated section for results.
Web Design (I and II)
These two useful project-planning templates help web designers lay out their vision and document their site development. Web Design I is best suited for the initial design work. It includes space for the site name, client, site purpose, and target market. The bulk of the form area is a grid for sketching out design ideas and a place for design notes.

Web Design II documents revisions and modifications to the original design. In addition to the sketching and note space, the form includes fields for the design revision number, the date those revisions were made, who performed the revisions, a listing of the modifications made (or to be made), and a dated signature line for sign-off by the client or supervisor.

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