This looks beautiful, and I really hope it comes to Android. In the meantime, you can use HashNote in a fairly similar way. Organize by using hashtags and use @s for people-specific notes. Gets out of the way to let you make notes quickly.
I did switch over to Google Keep, but I kept the idea of @s and #tags to help filter when searching my notes.
Every now and then, I have to quit the app as it will refuse to sync files (usually when I move a folder containing lots of files or images into my Drive folder), but generally the syncing is pretty good. The reason I am going with Drive for the moment is that shared folders don’t count against your shared users’ storage quotas. That, and they offer reasonable storage breakdowns under 100GB.
I work on dual monitors, and I generally keep all my toolbars docked together in Photoshop on the second monitor. That said, frequently I’ll drag off a palette that I’m working with over to the main canvas for less mousing back and forth. Like others have said, it really is all in your workflow.