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The Analog Travel Case enables your tasks to move with you wherever you go. Each case is handmade from thick 100% wool felt and can hold up to a whole pack of Analog Cards. The high-quality Universal SW-30 snap closure keeps your cards secure with a satisfying “click” when snapped shut. The elastic loop conveniently holds your favorite pen.

*Note: This case does not fit the Wood Card Holder. It's meant to carry just the cards. 

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  • 100% wool felt
  • Holds up to 50 cards 
  • Elastic pen loop
  • Universal SW-30 snap closure
  • Dimensions: 4.25” x 6.125”
  • Handmade in Minneapolis, USA
  • (pen sold separately)

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Learn why Analog works

A companion for your digital tools

Analog doesn't replace your digital tools, it works alongside them. Working out of your inbox puts you on defense all day. Analog helps you focus on your most important work to move them close to your goals.

Analog divides tasks into 3 cards

Today

At the beginning of each day, write up to 10 tasks on a Today card.

Use Task Signals to mark each task as completed, delegated, or in progress

Carry over unfinished tasks on a new Today card, or move some of them to a Next or Someday card.

Today
Next

Next

Record important tasks that need to be done later. Use this list to help you fill out your Today card.

Someday

Someday

Capture ideas, aspirations, and goals that you would someday like to accomplish

The power of a simple habit

Analog is a simple, repeatable process. Starting fresh with a new Today card helps you adjust to your changing priorities.

Built on Proven Concepts

Analog ties together tried and true productivity principles into a simple, easy-to-use system.

Tangible Process

Tangible Process

Seeing your progress build up over time is a powerful motivator

Doesn't feel like work

Doesn't feel like work

Most planners and productivity journals feel like extra work which makes them hard to keep up with. Analog is so simple that it almost feels invisible.

Designed to enjoy

Designed to enjoy

Seeing your progress build up over time is a powerful motivator

Task Signals

Throughout the day, mark each task as completed, in-progress, or delegated. Feel free to create your own symbols

Learn more about how Analog works →

Design is in the Details

Analog is made in the USA from premium materials. From the solid walnut base to the thick 100# uncoated paper stock, no detail is overlooked.

What customers are saying about Analog...

"Single momming three kids and running three online businesses means it's super easy to over-task myself. The constraints of Analog has made the work I do so much more effective!"

Shay Bocks
Create Director & Enneagram Consultant

Shay Bocks
Create Director & Enneagram Consultant

Analog is my perfect desktop companion. I can use it for digital tasks, but it lives where I have constant and easy access to it, beside my keyboard.

Paul Jarvis
Author of "Company of One"

Paul Jarvis
Author of

Less is more. Above all the to-do lists apps and task boards, a simple Analog card on my desk every day keeps me more focused than any of the more complex tools I've tried.

Dan Mall
CEO @ Superfriendly

Dan Mall
CEO @ Superfriendly

What I love even more than the simplicity, is the built-in archival nature of the cards. There's something special about seeing a stack of cards that represents a whole week – or a whole year! – worth of work and progress.

Shawn Blanc
Founder of The Focus Course

Shawn Blanc
Founder of The Focus Course

As someone that can spend more time messing with my to do list app than actually doing things, Analog is great because it helps me focus. I also really like the dot grid on the back for sketching quick ideas.

Sam Soffes
Engineer @ Github

Sam Soffes
Engineer @ Github

Analog is a simple, sophisticated, and effective system that has changed the way I organize my work. Highly recommend.

- Josh Kaufman
Bestselling author of "The Personal MBA"

- Josh Kaufman
Bestselling author of

Analog FAQ

What’s the key to making Analog work?

Analog is all about building the daily habit. You’ll quickly realize the power of how starting with Analog each day helps you focus and get real work done.

Is Analog also an app?

No. Analog is works alongside digital apps but is currently only a paper based tool.

What are the 3 dots in the upper right hand corner for?

Use these dots to rate how productive you are each day. For example, if you complete your entire card, fill in all 3 dots. Or you can also use the Card Signal to tie related projects together. All “work” projects might get two dots. And all “home” projects get one dot.

What if I have more than 10 things to do Today?

Analog forces you to prioritize and set realistic expectations. We all think we can get more done in a day than we actually can. If you somehow do complete all 10 tasks, fill out another Today card.

How do I capture tasks while on the go?

Analog is made to be portable and come with you wherever you go with the Travel Case But when you don’t have an Analog card with you, use a reminder app on your phone to capture an idea and then transfer to your card later.

How do I link cards together for specific projects?

Use the 3 dots in the upper right hand corner to link cards together. Another way to link cards is by adding a title on the line in the upper right hand corner.

Where do I put the complete cards?

Completed cards can be slid under the bottom of the stack of cards in the wood holder or discarded (the cards are fully recyclable).

Where do the Next and Someday Cards go?

Keep your Next and Someday Cards on top of the magnetic divider to keep them out of sight but always within reach for when you need to jot something down.

I still can't seem to get everything done on my Today card. How do I decide what goes on my Today card?

Don’t feel the need to fill up all 10 lines each day. Start small and only write the absolute most important 2 or 3 tasks each day. As you complete those primary tasks, continue adding a couple more tasks.

When do I start a new Next or Someday card?

This is totally up to you. I find it helpful to start a new card when over 50% of the tasks are complete and I want more free space to add new tasks.

Can I pause the subscription?

Yes. The Analog Subscription is billed quarterly and you may pause or cancel at any time.

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