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What is Action Method?

The Action Method was designed to help push projects forward by organizing ideas, with a focus on action steps. 

The distinct zones on each page provide a flexible template to get the most out of meetings and everyday brainstorm sessions. Action Method products come in many sizes, colors, and designs.

Whether you’re an aspiring designer drafting sketches or a veteran of the board room executing your team’s strategy, find your style and commit to making your vision a reality.

Assembled in the United States, with high-quality materials sourced from trusted vendors, each book is crafted with meticulous care and consideration.

Soft-to-the-touch fibermark covers, spot gloss deboss, post-consumer recycled 80lb premium blend paper, and dot grid matrices all add up to the perfect formula for inspired productivity.


The Story

In 2006, Scott and Matias co-founded Behance to connect and empower the careers of millions of creative professionals around the world and support creative minds of all kinds suffering from inefficiency, disorganization, and careers at the mercy of bureaucracy. But their very first (and less known) project was designing a set of organizational products based on Scott’s “Action Method” framework to help themselves work with a bias towards action to make ideas happen.

What started as a set of paper products to help them brainstorm and stay productive became a side project to share with the world. Today, many of the world’s most recognizable brands and creatives rely on the Action Method.

The Action Method was designed to help creative minds capture and organize ideas with a bias towards action. Everything that changes the world ultimately boils down to capturing and completing action steps.

Tips & Hacks

You're invited to sign-up for the Action Digesta weekly digest of insights and hacks for taking action and making ideas happen. This digest is written and curated by a small group of practitioners and contributors who study the art and science of making ideas happen, founded by Scott Belsky (author of the 2010 national bestselling book, Making Ideas Happen).