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Stick it to the Board

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Quirky Design Staff

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Red ink

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Dominic Lunde

This is probably the next best color next to blue and black. It is good to have a different color when attempting to explain for example math concepts.

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Wayne Swanson

Primary colors are always cool. If highlighting colors could be offered as a speciality for the suction cup version that would be very different . Just think you could write in one color and highlight it with another . Most dry easy colors don't offer that feature.

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ANTHONY MCGEE

A very popular color for me in school.

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mike-greene

consider a splash (stripe or logo) of color to the stem of the marker (matching the color of the ink)

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mike-greene

For the business buyer..colors that are dark, familiar and easy to see against white (red, black, blue, green) are best; even brown, orange or purple could work.

Could also package up a set for schools/kids...with the brighter colors like the pink, purple, blue, green,etc..

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IDEAL

Red is a must have!!!

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Kenneth Cainion

Gotta have red

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Kat Devlon

Voted!

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Jimrp

Dark blue, green and black are the most popular for dry erase markers. Agree that the 'set' should include red and yellow.

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Naomi Adams

Gotta have this too.

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About This Project

Cmf Phase: Ink

We’re almost at the end of the product development round for Norbert Schnöde’s Marker Suction Cups.

Before we launch, you to help us select what color ink the marker should write in. Vote for the 5 colors that you would want in a pack of these markers.

Make sure you leave comments and suggestions as we might end up with a version that deviates from one or more of these concepts.