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.
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.
I just use plain generic grid notebooks from staples or wherever I find em. They seem to work well for me.
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-
For people that don't want to have a book and want's only separated sheets, try this: http://dottedpaper.com/
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.
Great grid sketchbook