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
about 1 year ago
cool work space. that desk is rad.
Do you find working without an external big display challenging at all?
Love it! So simple.
Thank you very much. I'm trying to keep it distraction free :)
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!
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.
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.
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