Post-It Note T-Shirt Contest

The Idea

It seems like every time I deal with a customer, I have a backpack of painters tape, Sharpies, and Post-It notes.  When I was recently working with Pictofigo on the new Agile Process poster, I had an idea of a new product with original Pictofigo artwork.  I thought, why not have a contest where everyone could benefit from crowd-sourced ideas?

Just answer the simple question:

If you could WEAR a Post-It note, what would it say?

Post-It Note T-Shirt 1

The Post-It note will be on the left pocket and will be roughly 4x4 inches in size.  What would you want to appear on the post-it note?  Make it count! Size is very limited.

Post-It Note T-Shirt 2

The Post-It note will be on the center chest and will be roughly 10x10 inches in size.  What would you want to appear on the post-it note?  I really like this one.  Would you write the Agile Manifesto?  Would you want a team rule like "No cooking fish in the microwave"?  Would you just have a giant light bulb?  You tell us! Tell the world!

Contest Rules

  1. Please list your ideas in the comments section.  You may enter as many times as you wish.
  2. Please add a link to the contest in a post on your favorite social networking site (Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn...)
  3. Two winners will be chosen at the end of the month (March 2012).
  4. Each winner will receive a free t-shirt (their choice of size) with their winning submission.
  5. By submitting your ideas, you give us free license to reproduce it on a Post-It Note T-Shirt.

That's it!

Good Luck!

If you want to just buy an "Lightbulb" idea T-Shirt, I have them at CafePress.


Agile Process Posters v2.0

Agile Process Poster I am happy to announce the collaboration with Pictofigo has resulted with a new Agile Process poster. The new process poster includes product backlogs, sprint backlogs, and user stories. We have these posters in three sizes and they come in both male and female styles.  Want to hang some original artwork in your team area, while helping people understand the standard Agile process?  Check them out!