Today’s featured workspace comes from web designer Jason Yang, who has assembled a clutter-free office space with inexpensive organisation tools and two of the sleekest, yet obsolete, aluminium-cased displays.
I make an effort to avoid heavily Apple-centric offices as much as possible, even though they’re pretty damn good-looking, because they’re not really representative of what most people can do. It’s tough to strike a balance between feasible and awesome, but sometimes you just have to say “screw it, those dual cinema displays look pretty damn nice”. And really, since they’re of the past generation of Apple displays, they’re probably a little more affordable now. Jason’s office is really a paradigm of simplicity and minimalistic design. And realistically, the entire office can be put together for less than you’d think. If you want to check out every item that went into Jason’s office, be sure to check out the entire post over at Unplggd.
Get the Look: Jason’s Web Design Office [Unplggd]