Looking to purchase a brand new sketchbook to do wireframes and concepts in. Anybody have any recommendations? I'm looking for something with dot grid paper.
I use the Dot Grid book as well. It's almost so nice I don't want to put 'throwaway sketches' in it - but you'll get over it.
The recommendations above are great. If you're looking to save ~$4 this is the one I use http://www.creativesoutfitter.com/product/34/dot-grid-book
+1 on the www.dotgrid.co
Using them myself and bought a few for my colleagues. Will be ordering some new ones soon.
I just use plain generic grid notebooks from staples or wherever I find em. They seem to work well for me.
Moleskine Grid Cahier notebooks are my favorite for work. Big enough, Small enough, disposable enough, but with great paper and a blank card cover to doodle on. I like that I get to the end of one fairly quickly. A few-couple months keeps the cylce of joy of a new sketchbook fresh.
Munken paper, super light grid patten and beautiful cover materials and design. Replaced my previous obsession with Leuchtturm1917 notebooks: http://www.nuuna.com/collections/nuuna-beach#-lang-en-
Great grid sketchbook
Grabbed a Muji plain paper B5 while in New York:
Love how flat it lays while open. Gotten over a year of daily use out of one book.
For people that don't want to have a book and want's only separated sheets, try this: http://dottedpaper.com/