Workdesk at home

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  1. Kenneth Jensen Kenneth Jensen

    Felt like rebounding @James Fletcher today.

    I am a freelancer and it means I can work where I want. Basicly I have my setup at home, which I wanted to show on this sunny sunday, and a setup at an office space.

    Items on show:

    + Danish design Teak working desk
    + Old chair from a doctors office
    + 15" MacBook Pro 2011 (250gb SSD + 16gb Ram)
    + iPad 2 16GB (Black)
    + Razer Orochi Bluetooth mouse
    + Taken with my Apple iPhone 5 16GB (Black)
    + Aiaiai TMA-1
    + Olympus E-PL2 with old lens
    + Framed illustration of shades and shadows by Marie Kellogg

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    about 1 year ago

  2. derric derric

    cool work space. that desk is rad.

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    about 1 year ago

  3. Wojciech Szućko Wojciech Szućko

    cool

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    about 1 year ago

  4. Kerem Suer Kerem Suer

    Lovely.
    Do you find working without an external big display challenging at all?

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    about 1 year ago

  5. James Fletcher James Fletcher

    Love it! So simple.

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    about 1 year ago

  6. Kenneth Jensen Kenneth Jensen

    @James Fletcher
    Thank you very much. I'm trying to keep it distraction free :)

    @Kerem Suer
    It is a bit more challenging, depending on what kind of project I am working on. But I have my 23" cinema display at my office space, for when I do tasks that require more screen real estate.
    Btw. I am a big fan of your work!

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    about 1 year ago

  7. Kerem Suer Kerem Suer

    Yeah, after buying an rMBP, I have been experimenting with my work setup. I started designing iPhone apps on my laptop display, which feels great honestly. But websites are tough to design on just laptop display.

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    about 1 year ago

  8. Kenneth Jensen Kenneth Jensen

    @Kerem Suer
    I'm actually still going strong on my mbp from 2011, I've just upgraded the ram and put in an SSD and it was as good as new. I do wonder if I should get a retina, but I still haven't convinced myself it would help my workflow...

    Anyways, app are not really a problem, but I don't feel it is so tough to work on websites neither. Depends on the complexity of course, but how is your setup with use of the screens? I usually have requirements and wireframes on one, and then working on the design or front-end on the other.

    about 1 year ago

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