If you are like us your problem is not that you have no ideas, your problem is that you have too many. Ideabook (formerly Ideawell) helps you to keep track of your ideas by providing quick access to your most recently entered ideas as well as to your best ideas. In order to support you in deciding what ideas to pursue and which ones not, Ideabook allows you to rate each idea in four dimensions such as degree of innovation, simplicity, uniqueness and potential.
A good way to organize ideas is often to write all of them on post-it notes and then place them randomly onto the floor or onto a large whiteboard. The problem with this is that often when you have the time to organize your ideas you do not have the space to do this in the "real" world. The idea of the "Spaces" view is to replicate this concept inside your iPad. Organize your ideas visually in a two-dimensional space, group related ideas and try to "see" the big picture.
A picture says a thousand words. So they say and we agree. It is neither easy, nor effective to browse your ideas in a mostly one-dimensional list. Instead, we have created a colorful chart that visualizes your ideas in four dimensions - based on your ratings for each idea: The horizontal axis shows the degree of innovation, the vertical axis the simplicity of the idea, color denotes uniqueness (blue is cold, red is hot) and the bubble size indicates potential.