Last Updated on May 9, 2012 by New-Startups Team
Although meant for kids, we know everyone will get a kick out of using the Doodle Table Cloth. In Ontario there is a franchise called Jack Astors, they let you draw on your paper covered table while you have dinner with friends. There’s been countless times when dinner talk starts to peter out, but luckily a handy crayon would be near by to draw away until conversation starts back up for our team. Now kids love to do this, but designers, developers and pretty much anyone can bring the opportunity to draw stuff in the dining room home with the Doodle Table Cloth.
Made with 100% pre-shrunk cotton and printed to look like a giant graph paper with accompanying printed holes and red margins. The table cloth also comes with 8 washable markers and cleans right up in your washing machine. Children can draw while they eat, while user interface designers can be in another place where work can’t hide: It will now be uber-easy to put together a workflow diagram while eating and having your significant other preying for attention. While kids will have another place to express themselves creatively and what better way to encourage them with a dinner table they can draw on.
There are countless times where ideas come about and need to be set forth visually, the Doodle Cloth will let you express creativity at any moment even while eating supper with friends and family. Although not the most elegant dinner table accessory, it sure is a fun accessory.