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This must be the busiest workspace we’ve featured so far. I guess we could call it “The Blackboard Workspace”. It looks dark and creative, and I like it.
Sergio has thoroughly labeled just about every piece of hardware—click on each image to check it out on Flickr if you’re interested. The main devices include a 42″ Panasonic monitor, a 15″ HP Envy laptop, a Microsoft Arc Touch Mouse, a Microsoft Sidewinder x4 keyboard, a Griffin PowerMate and a HP w2207h portrait monitor in portrait mode.
This is pretty chaotic but it makes perfect sense to me.
It’s easier for me to remember things when I write them on the wall. I test myself on typography terms, I write a lot of design/program notes, messages, quotes, and just notes in general. I use up a lot of chalk.
I have a laptop which I use mostly for school but also for photography and rendering.
Side note: I actually won that laptop seen above (HP Envy 15″). You can view my video entry here.
I’m a graphic/motion designer, compositor, and photographer. God only knows how much time I’ve spent sitting at this spot.
- Originally I had a wireless (diNovo Edge) keyboard and (Sidewinder x8) mouse but they recently died out on me.
- The monitor on the right constantly changes from landscape to portrait mode depending on what I’m working on. I love having that option.
- On the right top corner I have 3 WD hard drives which add up to about 4TB’s. I’m paranoid =D
- I have a lot of huge storyboards that I work on which aren’t displayed, they’re stored on the right side of the desk.
What do you think of Sergio’s workspace?
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