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    Dean Duke

    Dean is a father of 2, working full time as an IT consultant. He is an experienced tablet user spending many years honing his skills and learning to be more productive while using his iPad. After meeting the founder of TabletProductive.com, Chris J. Lee in 2015, he has been a main contributor to the blog ever since.

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    Boost your iPad, 20% discount!

    By Dean Duke / February 7, 2017

    I’m pleased to announce you my new guide “Boost your iPad“! The guide has been completely reviewed, and a lot of tips have been added. The purpose of this edition is to be the most thorough reference about what you can do to speed up your iPad. There is a 20% special discount for the readers of […]

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    Productive Quotes – Compilation of January 2017

    By Dean Duke / February 1, 2017

    Here are the Productive Quotes of January 2017! I publish one Productive Quote daily at our social media profiles: Facebook Twitter Google+ LinkedIn Pinterest Follow us to receive them every day! At the end of the month, I compile them into one single post here at TabletProductive.com. Enjoy and share if you like them!

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    Manage your project with these collaboration platforms

    By Dean Duke / January 23, 2017

    Many of the readers of TabletProductive.com using their iPad for work asked me to write more articles about project management. More specifically, the most requested topics were how to follow up a project and how to manage your team using a tablet. I think it’s a good idea (by the way, don’t hesitate to propose topics […]

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    Stay focused with our inspirational productivity quotes!

    By Dean Duke / January 19, 2017

    As you may know, TabletProductive.com is being completely redesigned. Lots of awesome new content are being prepared to help you enhance your productivity in 2017. One of the novelties I’m excited to announce is the #ProductiveQuote of the day! What is it? Basically I will be publishing every day an inspirational quote that made me think about my […]

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    Go paperless, start using digital post-it notes

    By Dean Duke / January 16, 2017

    We all wish we had invented the first “repositional note” back in 1977. In fact, both the adhesive and iconic yellow color were created by accident! While various formats and colors of sticky notes have emerged since 3M’s original patent for the 3” square expired in 1997, the fundamental way these notes are used has […]

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    Get your things done in 25 minutes, with or without an iPad!

    By Dean Duke / January 13, 2017

    How so? I discovered this extremely simple productivity technique a long time ago when I read about the GTD method and wanted something simpler. It’s called the Pomodoro Technique and is essentially the process of setting aside focused time blocks in 25 minute increments. If you are curious about the name, pomodoro means tomato in Italian. You must […]

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    MindNode Review: Mind Mapping tool for iPad

    By Dean Duke / July 10, 2016

    Your brain is the central force behind all the brilliant ideas that you come up with. However, compartmentalizing these vivid ideas and “mapping” them requires some extra bit of help. Which is why, in this article, I am reviewing a mind mapping tool for iPad that I have been trying out that goes by the […]

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    Stylus Showdown – Top 3 iPad Stylus with Mesh tip

    By Dean Duke / July 4, 2016

    When it comes to the Apple iPad, a stylus is mightier than the finger, so why wouldn’t you get your hands on one of the top 3 iPad stylus with mesh tip? More than just an oversized iPhone, iPad has become the symbol of modern productivity and designing. While the iPad Pro is taking the […]

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    Evernote handwriting to text: the options

    By Dean Duke / June 23, 2016

    The Evernote handwriting to text features are the perfect tools to connect old-school handwriting with the modern style of typing things down. Typing for countless hours on your computer and swiping across the virtual keyboard on your iPad is convenient. However, there is nothing that even comes close to the satisfaction of writing things down […]

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    Using Evernote for Receipts – Managing expenses

    By Dean Duke / June 19, 2016

    Keeping a track of your expenses is one of the essential productivity practices, which is why we should be using Evernote for receipts and expense tracking. Managing your personal expenses to make sure you make ends meet or keeping a ledger on your expenses on your employer’s behalf. Evernote has been in the mobile app […]

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