Time to time I see you share your inspirational workspaces on Dribbble. So, here is mine :)
When I need to reply emails or make some writing, I often put my MBP on a side and take my iPad to the centre of my desk. With iPad, I have more clean/empty space around which gives me inspiration and relaxation.
In case of upcoming questions, the set up is
- Apple bluetooth keyboard
- Bonsai tree
- IKEA desk
- Custom made Lego stand
- and of course my lego army around
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UPDATE: I also use this setup for coding sometimes, thanks for Diet Coda
UPDATE: I received many messages asking close up to the stander. Here it is via Instagram!
7 months ago
i liked the miniature tree (:
This is so cool!
You've just halved my heart rate.
Super minimal! Nice.
@Bora DAN @Max Litvin @George Will @Jack @Alex Hajdu @james.t Thanks folks!
show me a closeup of the lego stand, pleeeaase :)
Lol, theoretically you could use your iPad for designing and web development too. If you use Diet Coda or Koder and iDraw. :P
Edit: and a bluetooth mouse (jailbreak)
Inspirational setup though, need to get myself a bluetooth keyboard too.
Heh it's powerful :D
@Sven Stumm updated first message with a link ;)
@Falko Joseph Yes I also use for coding sometimes, forgot to mention that, updated first message. Thanks.
@Yegor Trukhin thanks!
This is super cool. Especially the LEGO army! :)
Hey, that is my web-surfing place at home, but without Lego-men ))
Love it!!! haha
Not to be a downer, but this looks terrible for your posture.
The screen should be at Eye-level so you dont have to look down…
Other than that it looks very nice and zen ;P
I love the idea of different spaces for different tasks, but I never end up doing it. Thank you for the peaceful inspiration/reminder. :)
Nice n clean setup. Just don't hurt your neck looking down ;)
Güzel kafalar :)
@Florian Schrödl @Yummygum hehe I know what you mean guys, however this is not a set up for 8 hours a day. It is fairly small time, plus lowering chair helps me to get on right angle ;)
6 months ago
@Richard Monk :)
@Oykun Ok, that's cool! I use a laptop stand made out of Legos, too! I'm going to be making a shelf to go in the window for my Lego minifigs, as well. Neat to see others had the same ideas :)
You've inspired me to improve upon my current design, and to actually start creating the shelf.
My stand version 1.0:
4 months ago
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