In this first Design Instruct "Show Us Your:" showcase, we gathered a few office snapshots from our staff, authors and friends to give you a candid look at their workspace. May it be inspiration from arts hanging on the walls, information from books and magazines scattered on the floor, or simply the need to be organized for functionality; these photos portray the working environment behind real graphic design and digital art professionals. Share your own workspace photos in the comments!
How would you picture the perfect workspace? Well, if it’s productivity you seek, the Harvard Business Review published that the four things you can do to optimize your workspace are: cut the clutter, keep frequent-use items close, put related items together, and adjust as needed.
But, in the lives of graphic design and digital art professionals, how do these translate to inspiration or piece together in the ever becoming freelancing environment? Take a look below.
Location: Cleveland, OH, USA
Website: Bryan Salva
Location: Bloomington, IN, USA
Website: Matthew Berry Creative
Location: Nis, Serbia
Location: Long Beach, CA, USA
Website: HALF ASLEEP
Location: Manila, Philippines
Website: Design Instruct
Location: Harrogate, North Yorkshire, UK
Website: Christian Bailey
Hyungho Tim Lee
Location: New Zealand
Website: Tim-lee (deviantART)
Location: Southern California, USA
Website: Dawghouse Design Studio
Location: Melbourne, Australia
Website: Circlebox Creative
Location: IN, USA
Website: Katy Wright (Coroflot)
I hope you enjoyed these candid photos from the Design Instruct staff, authors and friends.
It’s your turn! Show us your workspace in the comments and discuss what really makes your office work.